Mathematical Absorber Reflection Suppression (MARS) for Anechoic Chamber Evaluation &smp; Improvement

Author: Greg Hindman, Allen C. Newell
Publication: AMTA 2008
Copyright Owner: NSI-MI Technologies

NSI’s MARS technique (Mathematical Absorber Reflection Suppression) has been used to improve performance in anechoic chambers and has been demonstrated over a wide range of frequencies on numerous antenna types. MARS is a post-processing technique that involves analysis of the measured data and a special filtering process to suppress the undesirable scattered signals. The technique is a general technique that can be applied to any spherical or far-field range or Compact Antenna Test Range (CATR). It has also been applied to extend the useful frequency range of microwave absorber to both lower and higher frequencies than its normal operating band. This paper will demonstrate the use of the MARS capability in evaluating the performance of anechoic chambers used for spherical near-field measurements, as well as in improving chamber performance.

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