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Re: Calibrating E-field probes by simulation?
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Original poster: Ed Phillips <evp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I think it is generally
accepted that breakout will lower the terminal voltage somewhat -
energy starts to get dissipated.
And probably , at the same time (at least if there are any streamers in
the direction of the pickup) increase the apparent voltage and make the
readings erratic. At least that's my guess