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Spherical Scanning Measurements Using Truncated Data Sets

Published

Author(s)

Ronald C. Wittmann, Carl F. Stubenrauch, Michael H. Francis

Abstract

We discuss the mitigation of truncation errors in spherical scanning measurement. The main emphasis is the spherical harmonic representation of probe transmitting and receiving functions; however, our method is applicable to near-field measurement of electrically small antennas for which full-sphere data are either unreliable or unavailable.
Conference Dates
November 3-8, 2002
Conference Location
Cleveland, OH, USA
Conference Title
Antenna Measurement Techniques Association

Keywords

spherical scanning, truncation error, near-field antenna measurements

Citation

Wittmann, R. , Stubenrauch, C. and Francis, M. (2002), Spherical Scanning Measurements Using Truncated Data Sets, Antenna Measurement Techniques Association, Cleveland, OH, USA (Accessed April 22, 2024)
Created November 7, 2002, Updated October 12, 2021