Parametric Study of Probe Positioning Errors in Spherical Near-field Test Systems for mm-Wave Applications

Author: Daniël Janse van Rensburg

This paper describes a parametric study performed to investigate the viability of testing at frequencies above 100 GHz, using positioners implementing a theta/phi scanner. Parameters like probe radial distance, axis intersection and angular positioning are investigated to assess to what extent spherical near-field testing can be performed using commercially available positioners.

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