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Research on Site Qualifications above 1 GHz

Published

Author(s)

Michael Windler, Dennis G. Camell

Abstract

This is a summary of recent efforts conducted under the auspices of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Accredited Standards Committee C63, Sub-committee 1, working group 1-13.2. The main purpose of this group is to assess the applicability of low-frequency site qualification methodologies, prescribed in current domestic and international standards (e.g. CISPER, ANSI) to frequencies above 1 GHz. A mew measurement procedure, which uses presently available equipment and should fully evaluate all types of facilities, has been derived. Conceptually, this procedure is a rotational pattern comparison of an antenna in a reference site to the same antenna in a test site.
Conference Dates
February 18-20, 2003
Conference Location
Zurich, SZ
Conference Title
15th Intl. Zurich Symp. on EMC

Keywords

above 1 GHz, reflections, rotational illumination, site qualification, antenna pattern

Citation

Windler, M. and Camell, D. (2003), Research on Site Qualifications above 1 GHz, 15th Intl. Zurich Symp. on EMC, Zurich, SZ (Accessed April 24, 2024)
Created February 17, 2003, Updated October 12, 2021