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High-resolution propagation measurements using biconical antennas and signal processing

By: Behm, C.J.; McKenna, P.; Ewan, J.D.; Carey, R.L.; DeMinco, N.; Riley, T.J.; Johnk, R.T.; Leslie, J.W.; McFarland, M.A.; Carroll, S.;

2010 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-6308-4

Description

This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' High-resolution propagation measurements using biconical antennas and signal processing ' This paper describes how commercially-available EMC biconical antennas can be used to perform high-resolution propagation measurements. A measurement procedure and signal processing sequence is described that greatly improves the range resolution and fidelity of transmission measurements using a pair of biconical antennas. Measurement results are provided for a number of different scenarios both indoors and outdoors. Direct comparisons are also provided with the Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC). The results obtained so far look quite promising and demonstrate the viability of the approach.