Error estimation of three dipoles used as near field sensors

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Three sensors coupled in a crossed configuration are used as near field calculating unit of a transmitter in an unbounded ground plane. The Method of Moments is applied to calculate approximately the inaccuracy produced by the measuring unit in the near field. The Probe measures both co-pole, cross-pole and z-directed dipole components simultaneously. However, due to multiple reflections between the radiator and dipoles, near field values are changed. Computation was carried out for the calibration of the probe and to test the co-pole voltage and field (with no probe) in x-y plane at 10GHz to compare the relative tested co-pole voltage pattern with the relative tested field pattern (with no measuring unit). Since the relative tested co-pole voltage and field are analyzed, no inaccuracy is forced at the midpoint of the plane.




Suma, M., Goutham, M. A., & Paramesha. (2019). Error estimation of three dipoles used as near field sensors. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 1525–1529.

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