Electromagnetic dot sensor - calibration
The recently patented UNLV electromagnetic (EM) dot sensor measures the rate of change of the electric flux density and the magnetic flux density at the same point in space simultaneously over time. This single device performs the function of two to four sensors distributed in space. The calibration setup of the EM-dot is presented ultimately leading to a pair of calibration factors.
Calibration; Electric fields—Measurement; Magnetic fields--Measurement
Electromagnetics and Photonics | Engineering | Mechanical Engineering
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Al Agry, A.,
Schill, R. A.,
Electromagnetic dot sensor - calibration.
17th IEEE International Pulsed Power Conference (PPC 2009), Washington