This work provides an experimental assessment of the near to far-field transformation (NTFFT) with spherical spiral scan, which properly accounts for the mounting of a volumetric AUT in offset configuration. Such a NTFFT, based on the nonredundant sampling representations of electromagnetic fields using a spherical modelling of the antenna under test (AUT), requires the same number of near-field (NF) spiral data when the AUT is mounted both in onset and offset configuration, because this number depends only on the area of the modelling sphere. The reported experimental results prove the effectiveness of the developed NTFFT and of the related two-dimensional optimal sampling interpolation scheme used to reconstruct, from the spiral NF samples, the NF data at the raster grid points required by the classical spherical NTFFT

Reconstruction of the far field radiated by an offset mounted volumetric AUT from nonredundant sperical spiral near-field measurements

F. D'Agostino;F. Ferrara;C. Gennarelli;R. Guerriero;M. Migliozzi
2019

Abstract

This work provides an experimental assessment of the near to far-field transformation (NTFFT) with spherical spiral scan, which properly accounts for the mounting of a volumetric AUT in offset configuration. Such a NTFFT, based on the nonredundant sampling representations of electromagnetic fields using a spherical modelling of the antenna under test (AUT), requires the same number of near-field (NF) spiral data when the AUT is mounted both in onset and offset configuration, because this number depends only on the area of the modelling sphere. The reported experimental results prove the effectiveness of the developed NTFFT and of the related two-dimensional optimal sampling interpolation scheme used to reconstruct, from the spiral NF samples, the NF data at the raster grid points required by the classical spherical NTFFT
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