Comparison of Electric and Magnetic Coupling through Braided-Wire Shields.
Technical rept. Jul 71-Feb 72,
STANFORD RESEARCH INST MENLO PARK CALIF
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71-Feb 72,Vance,E. F. F29601-69-C-0127AF-133BAFWLTR-73-71electromagnetic shielding, metallic textiles, transmission lines, electromagnetic shielding, effectivenessThe effect of coupling through braided-wire or other leaky shields by means of electric-field penetration through the holes in the shield is examined for the loose-coupling case. The electric coupling is compared to the magnetic coupling, and it is shown that the electric and magnetic coupling terms are proportional to the electric and magnetic polarizabilities of the holes in the shield. Inclusion of the electric coupling changes the coupling through typical braided shields by less than a factor of two, but it adds a directional effect to the coupling. Author
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