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Angela Nothofer

Lecturer in Electromagnetic Applications, Faculty of Engineering

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Biography

I received my Dipl.-Ing. (equivalent to MSc) in Electronics/Communications Technology from the University of Hannover in 1995, and the D.-Phil. in Electronics from University of York in 2001. The title of my thesis is "Comparison of Measurements in GTEM cells and OATS." I spent five years at the National Physical Laboratory, where I was a member of the RF & Microwave Team. My work included the development of measurement methods in GTEM cells, Fully Anechoic Rooms (FAR), and on the Open Area Test Site (OATS). I started at the George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research as a Lecturer in Electromagnetic Applications in April 2005. Here I am mainly involved in experimental work, focussing on RF measurements for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).

I am a member of the George Green Institute for Electromagnetics Research.

Expertise Summary

Measurement methods for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), focussing on RF emission and immunity measurements.

Research Summary

Measurement methods for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), focussing on RF emission and immunity measurements. These methods involve the use of a Fully Anechoic Room (FAR) and a GTEM cell.

Selected Publications

Future Research

EMC tests in Reverberation Chambers

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