Conical Near-Field Antenna Measurements [AMTA Corner]

A near-field measurement technique for the prediction of asymptotic far-field antenna patterns from data obtained from a modified cylindrical or plane... Antenna measurements - Measurement techniques - Electromagnetic measurements - Computational electromagnetics - Computational modeling - antenna radiation patterns - antenna testing - computational electromagnetics - conical antennas - near-field measurement technique - far-field antenna pattern - cylindrical-mode expansion - computational electromagnetics - range measurements - conical antenna - Antenna measurements - antenna radiation patterns - near field measurement - conic frustum - cylindrical

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