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Measuring Antennas Above 1 GHz

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Author(s)

Michael Windler, Dennis G. Camell

Abstract

The techniques for EMC measurements used with antennas above 1 GHz have been gleaned from methods used at lower frequencies. The assumptions made in applying these techniques have not been completely validated. This analysis will compare antennas for use above 1 GHz, showing ramifications from use of each type. Measurement methods used above 1 GHz as well as the effects of antenna parameters such as antenna pattern, beamwidth and polarization will be reviewed. Several commonly available 400 antennas will be measured and their results studied. Frequencies from 1 to 18 GHz are considered.
Proceedings Title
Proc., 14th Intl. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Symposium
Conference Dates
February 20-22, 2001
Conference Location
Zurich, SZ

Keywords

above 1 GHz, antenna parameters, beamwidth, EMC measurements, methodologies, principal plane patterns, techniques

Citation

Windler, M. and Camell, D. (2001), Measuring Antennas Above 1 GHz, Proc., 14th Intl. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Symposium, Zurich, SZ (Accessed June 12, 2024)

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Created January 31, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021