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Accuracy analysis of the standards with horn antennas

Accuracy analysis of the standards with horn antennas

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The accuracy of the power gain and the effective area of the horn antenna are of primary importance for the class of the EMF standard in which the antenna is applied. Horn antenna work above 1 GHz frequency range. Horn antennas are usually fed from a waveguide; the simplest “horn antenna”is an open end of a waveguide. Possible estimation errors and measurements are discussed in this chapter.

Chapter Contents:

  • 7.1 Accuracy of determination of the power gain
  • 7.2 Accuracy of excitation measurement
  • 7.2.1 Accuracy of power measurements
  • 7.2.2 Accuracy of transmitting antenna excitation measurement
  • 7.3 Accuracy of the standard estimation
  • 7.3.1 Accuracy estimations of the SRA standard
  • 7.3.2 Accuracy estimations of the STA standard
  • 7.4 Nonstationary EMF standard

Inspec keywords: electromagnetic fields; horn antennas; waveguide antennas

Other keywords: EMF standard; waveguide; power gain accuracy determination; horn antenna; antenna effective area

Subjects: Single antennas; Electric and magnetic fields

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