An Investigation of Adaptive Acquisition Techniques for Planar Near-Field Antenna Measurement

Authors: G. Parsons, D.A. McNamara, D.J. Janse van Rensburg

Reduce Near-Field Data Acquisition Time > Using an Existing Conventional PNF Facility & Operation > Data Acquisition Time (Physical Movement of the Probe) > Work Represents Our Moving in the Direction of Building Feedback/Adaptivity into Near-Field Measurements Dominates Testing Time

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