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and f are as defined with Equation 8-8. The plane wave reflection loss is seen to decrease as the
wave frequency increases, and to be better for shielding materials with lower ur/gr ratios. Figure 8-7 shows
the plane wave reflection loss as a function of frequency for iron, copper, and aluminum shields. The curve for
iron, unlike those for copper and aluminum, is not a straight line because iron's relative permeability is
frequency dependent. Figure 8-8 provides a universal curve for plane wave reflection loss as a function of the
Figure 8-8. Universal Reflection Loss Curve for Plane Waves (8-3) High Impedance Field.
The EM field in the proximity of an electric dipole antenna has a high electric field-to-magnetic field strength
ratio (high wave impedance). The reflection loss for such a field encountering a shield is given by
322, if r is in meters
354, if r is in inches,


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