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MATRIX METHOD FOR ANTENNA PLANE WAVE SPECTRUM CALCULATION USING IRREGULARLY DISTRIBUTED NEAR-FIELD DATA : APPLICATION TO FAR-FIELD ASSESSMENT

Abstract : —The matrix method for the calculation of antenna far-field using irregularly distributed near-field measurement data is presented. The matrix method is based on the determination of the plane wave expansion (PWE) coefficients from the irregular near-field samples using a matrix form that connects the radiated field with the corresponding plane wave spectrum. The plane wave spectrum is used to determine the far-field of the antenna under test (AUT). The matrix method has been implemented, and its potentialities are presented. The validations using analytical radiating model (dipoles array) and experimental measurement (X band standard gain horn antenna) results have demonstrated the efficiency and stability of the proposed method.
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Mohamed Farouq, Mohammed Serhir, Dominique Picard. MATRIX METHOD FOR ANTENNA PLANE WAVE SPECTRUM CALCULATION USING IRREGULARLY DISTRIBUTED NEAR-FIELD DATA : APPLICATION TO FAR-FIELD ASSESSMENT. Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, EMW Publishing, 2015, 42, pp.71-83. ⟨10.2528/PIERM15010902⟩. ⟨hal-01242872⟩

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