A MINIATURE BROADBAND ISOTROPIC MAGNETIC FIELD PROBE
Original Publication Date: 1984-Apr-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2001-Oct-11
Recently, there has been a rapid and widespread increase in the application of electromagnetic (EM) energy to a variety of human activities: communication, industrial processing, and medical practice to mention a few. Extremely strong EM fields can damage living tissue, trigger explosive devices, and ignite volatile fuels. Along with the rapid increase of the use of EM energy there has been a surge in the need for accurate EM-field sensing equipment for safety and monitoring purposes.