anechoic chamber


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an·e·cho·ic cham·ber

a room designed to absorb all sound so as to eliminate all echoes; used for research on hearing and sensory deprivation.

an·e·cho·ic cham·ber

(an'ĕ-kō'ik chām'bĕr)
A soundproof environment in which reverberation is largely eliminated, for the performance of audiologic testing and research.
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Engineers use anechoic chambers to test these devices too.
New product categories such as wireless appliances, teller machines, and automotive devices sometimes require a larger quiet zone and necessitate either an oversized anechoic chamber or a reverberation chamber to test to the certification requirements.
In addition, at 6 GHz, less than -20dB resulted for 5 mm of RHC clad thickness, which are the minimum requirement for commercial anechoic chambers according to CISPR11.
Measurements are first performed in the anechoic chamber to eliminate the majority of the environment multipath reflections (excepting those relative to the floor), and then repeated in the Body-Centric Wireless Sensor Lab at Queen Mary, University of London (sketched in Fig.
To validate the previous numerical analyses, radar experimental measurements have been carried out in an anechoic chamber for the both configuration (monostatic and bistatic).
Once we figure out what tape to use, we take it off the tester, put the tape in the radome and then hang it in the anechoic chamber and let it go through all of the tests.
To respond to this demand, TDK will construct a state-of-the-art, cutting-edge anechoic chamber at the Technical Center to measure and evaluate electromagnetic waves during new product development and to propose EMC countermeasure technologies and countermeasure products as well as reinforce the EMC solution business by analyzing customer products.
Chamber Name Main Measurement Subject Devices 10m anechoic chamber Intelligent consumer electronics, information devices, and automobiles.
Three BMWs were the first cars ever tested in Edwards Air Force Base's Benefield Anechoic Chamber.
Information from Daisy quacking in the echoless anechoic chamber was used to produce a computer model of what she would sound like flying past a cliff face.
The testing started inside the anechoic chamber with antenna-pattern measurements.
Anechoic Chamber -- Measures the amount and quality of acoustic output to improve acoustic performance.