CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Title:
A MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUE FOR CHARACTERIZING ANTENNAS WITH LOW CROSS POLARIZATION
Author(s):
Mustafa Kuloglu, Robert J. Burkholder, Chi-Chih Chen
Vol./Issue/Date:
1st January 0001
Year:
2006
Page(s):
1-6
Keywords:
Antenna Characterization, Antenna Standards, Cross-polarization, RCS Measurements
Abstract:
This paper discusses a measurement technique for accurately characterizing low cross polarization level of antennas, and associated sensitivity and errors. The technique involves two-antenna transmission (S21) measurement that includes an AUT and a reference antenna that has low cross polarization level. This technique needs two far-field transmission data from two different relative roll angles. The crosspolarization sensitivity is determined by SNR of crosspolarization component and cross-polarization of the reference antenna. The cross-polarization error is related to roll angle uncertainty and receiver noise.
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