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Characterizing the Electromagnetic Environment Produced by the Army's Repetitive Electromagnetic Pulse Simulator (REPS).
Final rept. 1-31 Aug 88,
ARMY RESEARCH LAB ADELPHI MD
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This report characterizes the time-domain electromagnetic field environment generated by the Armys Repetitive Electromagnetic Pulse Simulator REPS. The REPS system is a free-field radiating 3OO-m longwire dipole antenna that is driven at the center by a 1-MV pulse generator. The RF environment generated by REPS was characterized in terms of two heights 1 and 2 m, field uniformity, symmetry about the antenna, and wavefront planarity. Based on measured data, usable and recommended test volumes have been defined.
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