Truncation Study for Design of a Large Spherical Near-Field Antenna Test System

Author: Daniël Janse van Rensburg
Publication: ANTEM 2014 Conference
Copyright Owner: IEEE

A truncation study is presented to assess the impact of theta truncation in a spherical near-field antenna test system. The study is relevant for antennas with broad beams in the plane of truncation and where antenna weight prevents alternate mounting options, while facility space limitations necessitate truncation.

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