Phased Array Antenna Calibration Measurement Techniques and Methods
Author: Kim Hassett
Publication: EuCAP 2016
Copyright Owner: IEEE
The adaptability of the phased array antenna makes it attractive for a variety of multi-beam applications. Previously, its use was limited mostly to military applications due to the large expenses associated with this type of antenna. In recent years, reduced costs have made phased array antennas viable for a variety of commercial applications. As this technology encroaches on new markets, with it comes the need to learn how to properly calibrate phased array antennas. To date, there have been numerous measurement techniques and methodologies developed for calibrating phased array antennas. This paper discusses those most commonly used in industry, and which could be easily and economically adapted for commercial applications.
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