A calibration method of a radio frequency magnetic probe

Yang, J.G.; Choi, J.H.; Kim, B.C.; Yoon, N.S.; Hwang, S.M.
September 1999
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep99, Vol. 70 Issue 9, p3774
Academic Journal
Demonstrates a simple calibration method of a radio frequency magnetic probe by utilizing a two port network analysis method. Measurement of the scattering parameters; Calculation of the magnetic field generated by the Helmholtz coil; Determination of probe sensitivity.


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