2D and 3D Far Field Antenna Measurement System
without Anechoic Chamber
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Far Field Antenna Measurement System without Anechoic ChamberFar Field Antenna Measurement System principle of operation is based on Pulse measurement technique (Time-Domain measurements – TD). This System is applicable for most types of antennas and carries up measurements at distances R between Antenna Under Test (AUT) and measuring antenna larger then far field criteria
R=2D²⁄λ, where D – section (aperture) of antenna,
λ – wavelength.
Practically this comprises a distance from some meters to some hundreds meters depending on antenna’s size and measurement bandwidth.
As main measurement instrument the Digital Sampling Converter is used. Its characteristics are optimized according to System’s parameters. The Ultrashort-Pulse Electrical Generator serves as measurement signal source.
The Systems are built for frequency ranges 6 GHz, 12 GHz, 18 GHz, 26 GHz and 40 GHz.
Except of main instruments the System can include:
– additional equipment such as transmitting and receiving reference antennas, antennas holders, pylons, positioners and rotation units, extensive fiber-optic or MW Trigger Lines, Remote Data Control Systems;
– optional equipment such as bandpass and rejection filters, MW amplifiers, phase stable cables, Pulse Generator Mainframes, Power Supplies;
– additional Software for calculation of antenna’s parameters, interpretation of measurements results and their graphical representation.
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2D and 3D Far Field Antenna Measurement System Without Anechoic Chamber
Complete set :|
Set of Antennas: Transmitting, Calibrated, Reference (UWB Antennas for Comparison),
2-Channel Sampling Scope (see Comparison Table of Digital Sampling Converters),
Ultrashort Pulse Generator (see Comparison Table of Short-Form Generator Heads),
Pulse Generator Mainframes (see Comparison Table of Pulse Generator Mainframes),
Positioner (see Comparison Table of Positioners),
Optional: Pylon, Tripod