E-field probes

RadiSense® Series

E-field probes are crucial instruments for measuring the true field strength in an anechoic chamber and calibrating it. The accuracy of such measurements greatly depends on the size, shape, and number of measuring elements of the probes. Raditeq has extensively optimized these parameters and incorporated patented technology to provide the best accuracy available in the market. The importance of E-field probes in achieving precise measurements in an anechoic chamber cannot be overstated.

RadiSense System

RadiSense® Models

Product NameOptimized ApplicationsFrequency RangeMeasurement SpeedMeasurement RangeGet Quote
RadiSense® RSS3018UCE Marking
Anechoic Chamber
20 MHz - 18 GHz8.000.000 samples /s2 V/m - 1000 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2040SCE Marking
Anechoic Chamber
10 MHz - 40 GHz100 Measurements /s1 V/m - 1000 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2040HCE Marking
Reverb Chamber
10 MHz - 40 GHz1000 Measurements /s1 V/m - 1000 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2026SCE Marking
Anechoic Chamber
10 MHz - 26 GHz100 Measurements /s1 V/m - 1000 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2026HCE Marking
Reverb Chamber
10 MHz - 26 GHz1000 Measurements /s1 V/m - 1000 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2010ICE Marking
Anechoic Chamber
9 kHz - 12 GHz100 Measurements /s0.1 V/m - 750 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2010SCE Marking
Anechoic Chamber
20 MHz - 12 GHz100 Measurements /s0.1 V/m - 750 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2010BCE Marking
Reverb Chamber
9 kHz - 12 GHz1000 Measurements /s0.1 V/m - 750 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2010HCE Marking
Reverb Chamber
20 MHz - 12 GHz1000 Measurements /s0.1 V/m - 750 V/m
RadiSense® RSS2010E
Essential Series
Pre Certification
Anechoic Chamber
20 MHz - 10 GHz15 Measurements /s0.5 V/m - 200 V/m

Importance of accurate measurement

During immunity testing, the accuracy of the overall test setup depends solely on the E-field probe. As such, accuracy mainly determined by isotropy, is of the utmost importance. Over the years, Raditeq’s development team has been committed to developing probes with increasing accuracy.

Committed to continuous improvement

Raditeq’s commitment to continuous improvement is exemplified in its development of the RadiSense® 10 E-field probe. Through constant research and the use of a specialized e-field test room, the Raditeq development team discovered that the isotropic behavior of e-field probes on the market was far inferior than expected. Even the RadiSense 6, which was not the worst probe available, did not meet their high standards. This knowledge led the team to design a probe with better isotropic behavior, resulting in the RadiSense® 10, which is now the best probe available on the market.

The spherical shaped probe is a testament to Raditeq’s dedication to innovation and excellence in the field of electromagnetic testing. The RadiSense® Series provides accurate and reliable measurements, allowing for more precise testing and calibration. Raditeq’s commitment to continuous improvement and their use of advanced research techniques ensures that their products are always at the forefront of the industry. Experience the difference for yourself and see why the RadiSense® 10 is the best isotropic e-field probe on the market.

Laser power

Since 1999, Raditeq has been developing a series of Electric Field Probes named RadiSense®. Conventional E-field probes  are known to be battery powered and therefore take up more space. The invention of the RadiSense® laser powered E-field probe hence redefined the limits of probe power supply. The compact shape resulted not only in better accuracy but made 24/7 testing available. The RadiSense® has made its predecessors obsolete when considering uptime and convenience.

E-field probes, their size matters!

Additionally, the RadiSense® 10 is inherently small, making it perfect for (G) TEM cell measurements. For measurements in (G) TEM cells, the size of the probe is even more important. If compact cells are used, substantial errors will occur with an E-field probe that is relatively large to the dimensions of the cell. To obtain reliable and accurate measurement results, the EMC probe must be small, isotropic and fast. The RadiSense® 10 offers all these aspects and is therefore the most reliable choice for an E-field probe. 

Internal calibration data

By default, the factory linearity adjustment data is stored inside the probe. In addition, the frequency response correction data for all three axis, which is obtained from an accredited calibration laboratory, can be stored inside the probe as user correction. Due to this internal correction, there is no need to apply frequency dependent corrections for individual axis’ in software anymore. This results in a high accuracy and ease-of-use.

Did you know?

LASER is an abbreviation which stands for “Light Amplification of Stimulated Emission of Radiation”. Over time the abbreviation has become so well known that it turned into a noun. This is why LASER is written as Laser or laser.

Battery free

Battery powered probes present many disadvantages as opposed to laser powered probes, these include; influence of galvanic wires on measured E-field, battery drainage and limited overnight testing. Unlike other probes, the RadiSense® E-field probe is powered by a high-performance laser, whose light is sent to the probe via a fiber optic cable and feeds the low-noise amplifier and a single microprocessor chip, reads the antennas and transmits the measured values to a PC via a second fiber optic cable.

Unprecedented accuracy

A small electric field probe is essential for measurements in a uniform field of an anechoic chamber. In the past it was commonly agreed upon that smaller probes provide for more accurate measurement. Controversially, later findings show that the position of the probe is of equal importance to the accuracy and reliability of the measurement. When the probe rotates in the anechoic chamber, the measurements will vary and may present values that differ considerably to those that are actually present. Needless to say that this process is detrimental to the final data. 

The RadiSense® 10 offers the perfect solution to this problem. With six antenna elements, this probe offers an unprecedented isotropic response. Regardless of its position or its angle, the radiation and its reflections reach the probe.

Software support

The RadiSense® E-field strength sensors are supported by RadiMation®, the automated EMC measurement software. The RadiMation® Free software is included with the system for stand-alone use. The RadiSense® can also be controlled by third party software as all control codes are available.

RadiSense® 10 series

Our latest range of the most accurate electric field probes on the market. These probes have a very low isotropic error. The RadiSense® 10 range encompasses four different models each with qualities intended for specific applications.

Operation Software

The RadiSense® Series can be operated by the RadiMation® software with which you can use your Electric Field Probe with ease. Next to RadiMation® the RadiSense® 10 can be used with EMC32 Software. You can find the needed configuration and format specification here.


  • RadiSense® Device Configuration – Download
  • RadiSense® Format Specifications – Download

Note: This EMC32 Driver for the RadiSense E-Field Probe is only usable in combination with a RadiCentre Slim using a USB communication connection.