​ETS-Lindgren's Model 5503 Stripline-type Electric Field Generator is an ideal alternative to the Model 5502 H/V Field Generator when only a vertical E-field is desired. This E-field generator features a frequency range of 10 kHz to 30 MHz and generates a large area uniform vertical electrical field. 

The Model 5503 top plate consists of four separate tube conductors that are connected in parallel at the feed and load ends. This four-wire transmission line acts as a plate conductor at frequencies up to 30 MHz. A vertical, quasi-static TEM mode electric field is produced between the four-wire system and the ground plane of a semi-anechoic chamber. The width-to-height ratio of the "four-wire plate" is designed for an impedance match to a 50 Ω system without an input transformer. 

An external forced-air-cooled load is used to terminate the Model 5503. The cooling system maintains proper operating temperature and is monitored by a temperature sensor. The load housing is connected to a plate in the chamber floor. A pulley systems allows users to manually adjust the height to accommodate various equipment under test (EUT) sizes. The E-field generator is easy to assemble and disassemble, and can be removed from the chamber when needed.

Key Product Information


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Frequency Minimum: 10 kHz
Frequency Maximum: 30 MHz
Input Impedance: 50 Ω
Max RF Input Power: 10 kW
RF Connector: 1-5/8" EIA
Typical Field Strength: at 10 KW: 75 V/m to 300 V/m
  • Two I/O Transition Plates
  • Two Hinged Crossbars
  • 12 Conductor Tubes
  • 28 Kwik-Flange Clamps
  • One High Power RF Load Assembly

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Key Features

  • Generates Large Area 
  • Uniform Vertical Electric Field 
  • 10 kHz to 30 MHz Frequency Range 
  • Accommodates Various EUT Sizes with Adjustable Height Feature
  • Temperature Maintained with External Forced-air Cooling, and Monitored by Temperature Sensor 
  • Easy to Assemble/Disassemble and Remove from the Chamber

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Date Last Updated: Monday, March 2, 2020
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