Rotated Feed Horns in a Compact Range for RCS Measurements

Authors: Charles Luke, Billy C. Brock, Marion Baggett
Publication: AMTA 1987
Copyright Owner: NSI-MI Technologies

A way has been found to utilize the reflector return in a compact range as a source of continuous drift compensation. This is performed by translating receive polarizations 45 degrees with respect to the transmit polarizations to ensure returns in co- and cross-polarizations. An added benefit is the simplicity of alignment for the polarization calibration standard.

 

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