Compact Range Quiet Zone Modelling: Quantitative Assessment using a Variety of Electromagnetic Simulation Methods

Authors: C.G. Parini, R. Dubrovka, S.F. Gregson

This paper presents the results of a recent computational electromagnetic (CEM) simulation campaign for a single offset reflector CATR, where a number of models employing different field propagation methods were compared and contrasted both qualitatively and quantitatively using objective, non-local statistical image classification techniques.

The challenges, goals, and assumptions for this development are listed, the high-level implementation concept is described, and resulting measured data are presented.

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