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Free Space Antenna Factors through the Use of Time-Domain Signal Processing

Published

Author(s)

Dennis G. Camell, Robert Johnk, David R. Novotny, Chriss A. Grosvenor

Abstract

This paper demonstrates the usefulness of time-domain processing to determine free-space antenna factors (FSAF) for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) antennas. Our procedures are explained and data are provided for frequencies from 30 MHz to 9GHz. We investigate time gating of dense frequency packed insertion loss data obtained with an ultrawideband measurement system. These results show the advantage of time-domain gating to provide reliable results for free-space antenna factors of EMC antennas.
Citation
Conformity Magazine
Volume
12
Issue
9

Keywords

EMC antenna standards, Fourier transform, free space antenna factor, Friis equation, time domain, time gating, ultra-wideband

Citation

Camell, D. , Johnk, R. , Novotny, D. and Grosvenor, C. (2007), Free Space Antenna Factors through the Use of Time-Domain Signal Processing, Conformity Magazine (Accessed April 14, 2024)
Created September 1, 2007, Updated February 19, 2017