Electromagnetic Penetration in Cylindrical Enclosures.
COLORADO UNIV BOULDER ELECTROMAGNETICS LAB
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The report investigates two of the more important coupling schemes in the study of electromagnetic penetration into cylindrical enclosures of lengths comparable to the free-space wavelength of an impinging electromagnetic wave. One of these concerns the penetration through a circular or elliptical hole on the cylindrical surface, and the other deals with the penetration through leakage between a recessed end-cap and the inner surface of the cylinder.
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