Explore the state of the art in near-field antenna measurement techniques. Examine planar surface, cylindrical surface, spherical surface and near-field probe array ranges, with an overview of the basic theory, procedures and optimal applications. Measured results are used to demonstrate each technique discussed. Course instructors include some of the original developers of the near-field antenna measurement technique.
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Who Should Attend
Those new to near-field antenna measurements and those considering the addition of an antenna-measurement facility or an upgrade of an existing antenna-measurement facility, including engineers, scientists, antenna engineering managers, project planners and antenna-measurement technicians
How You Will Benefit
Understand planar, cylindrical, spherical and probe array near-field antenna-measurement technique theory and applications
Explore mechanical alignment of near-field ranges
Perform probe calibration and gain extrapolation measurements
Perform planar, cylindrical, spherical and probe array near-field antenna measurements
Assess the accuracy of near-field measurement
Mitigate numerous near-field measurement errors and uncertainties
Perform range characterization and compensation measurements
Perform microwave holography measurement and data processing
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