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Planar Near-Field Measurements Results up to 94 GHz Using Probe Position Correction

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Author(s)

Jeffrey R. Guerrieri, Katherine MacReynolds, Michael H. Francis, Ronald C. Wittmann, Douglas T. Tamura

Abstract

This paper presents results of planar near-field measurements at 16, 35 and 94 GHz using probe position correction algorithms. The algorithms correct for position errors of the probe near the scan plane. The probe?s actual position is measured using a laser tracker recently integrated into the planar-near-field scanning system at NIST. The laser tracker simultaneously obtains probe-position information at each point where amplitude and phase data are acquired during PNF antenna measurements.
Proceedings Title
Antenna Measurements Techniques Association
Conference Dates
October 30-November 3, 2005
Conference Location
Newport, RI

Keywords

laser tracker, planar near-field, position-error correction, probe-position correction

Citation

Guerrieri, J. , MacReynolds, K. , Francis, M. , Wittmann, R. and Tamura, D. (2005), Planar Near-Field Measurements Results up to 94 GHz Using Probe Position Correction, Antenna Measurements Techniques Association, Newport, RI, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=32058 (Accessed June 17, 2024)

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Created October 30, 2005, Updated February 19, 2017