Compact Range Improvements in Performance at 30 GHz
Authors: Doren W. Hess, F. G. Willwerth, Richard C. Johnson
Publication: 1977 Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium
Copyright Owner: IEEE
During the past two years the compact range has emerged from the research laboratory into the field for use by the e11gineer in antenna and radar cross section measurements. During the development of the compact range, experience has been gained in how to handle many of the problems identified in the early work. This paper describes successful results in the areas of improvement of surface accuracy and the design of the reflector edges; also reported are antenna measurements made at 30 GHz using the compact range.
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