On the measureable range of absorption cross-section in a reverberation chamber

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Flintoft, Ian David; Bale, Simon Jonathan; Parker, Sarah; Marvin, Andy; Dawson, John Frederick; Robinson, Martin Paul;
(2016)

Average absorption cross-section can be measured in a reverberation chamber with an uncertainty estimated from the number of independent samples of the chamber transfer function taken during the measurement. However the current uncertainty model does not account the loa... View more
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