Published in Proceedings of the 27th Annual Antenna Measurement Techniques Association Meeting and Symposium: Newport, RI., October 31, 2005.
An antenna measurement system was developed to complement a new rectangular anechoic chamber (20’L x 10’W x 9’7”H) that has been established at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) through donations and financial support from industry and Cal Poly departments and programs. Software algorithms were written to provide four data acquisition methods: continual sweep and step mode for both single and multiple frequencies. Log magnitude and phase information for an antenna under test is captured over a user-specified angular position range and the antenna's radiation pattern is obtained after post processing. Pattern comparisons against theoretical predictions are performed. Finally an RF link budget is calculated to evaluate the performance of the antenna measurement system.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
2005 Newlyn Hui, Aloysius Aragon Lubiano, Christopher R. Brito and Dean Arakaki.
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Published by Antenna Measurement Techniques Association.