Computational and Experimental Verification of Far-Field Mathematical Absorber Reflection Suppression

Authors: S.F. Gregson, J. McCormick, B.J. Kerse, A.C. Newell, G.E. Hindman

The Mathematical Absorber Reflection Suppression (MARS) technique which is used to identify and supress effects of spurious scattering within antenna measurement systems is demonstrated and its effectiveness examined through computational electromagnetic simulation and actual range measurements which were taken using a dual cylindrical reflector compact antenna test range.

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