A TEM cell is a stripline device for radiated emissions and immunity testing of electronic devices. It is not a substitute, but because of its size and cost its a convenient alternative to measurements in an anechoic chamber. A TEM cell is made up of a septum, the conductive strip in the centre section and walls which are connected to ground. The geometry is configured to present a 50Ω stripline. The device under test (DUT) is positioned between the bottom wall and the septum. The TBTC1 is a so called “open TEM cell”, which has no side walls for convenient placement of the DUT. It may pick up RF background noise, which can be taken into account by doing a measurement of the cell output signal prior to powering on the DUT.
L x W x H
|TBTC0||390 x 100 x 62||28||120 x 60||13||N-type female|
|TBTC1||390 x 200 x 108||50||120 x 120||35||N-type female|
|TBTC2||636 x 300 x 205||100||180 x 180||85||N-type female|
|TBTC3||1038 x 501 x 305||150||300 x 300||135||N-type female|