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Remote, Near-Field Measurement of Large Antennas

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Author(s)

Ronald C. Wittmann, Michael H. Francis

Abstract

It is difficult to characterize many antenna systems in a laboratory environment. Size is the major consideration, but an increasing number of sophisticated antennas are being placed at remote sites where they are simply inaccessible. Of particular concern is the advent of very large active phased arrays that are projected to have 104 - 10u6 elements. Such arrays not only must be characterized initially, but they must be measured periodically so that their functions can be optimized to offset inevitable degradation with time.
Conference Dates
August 17-24, 2002
Conference Location
Maastricht, 1, NL
Conference Title
2002 URSI General Assembly

Keywords

antenna measurements, near-field measurements, probe position correction

Citation

Wittmann, R. and Francis, M. (2002), Remote, Near-Field Measurement of Large Antennas, 2002 URSI General Assembly, Maastricht, 1, NL (Accessed May 27, 2024)

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Created August 16, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021