Lorant A. Muth

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  • L. A. Muth
  • 1991
A general theoretical procedure is presented to remove known probe-position errors in spherical near-field data to obtain highly accurate far fields. We represent the measured data as a Taylor series in terms of the displacement errors and the ideal spectrum of the antenna. This representation is then assumed to be an actual near field on a regularly spaced(More)
is a member of URSI Commission B, a senior member of the IEEE, and a member of the Eta Kappa Nu and Sigma Xi honor societies. He has approximately 100 journal and conference publications in the field of electromagnetics. His current research interests include electromagnetic and guided-wave theory, electromagnetic propagation and radiation in complex media(More)
This study was conducted to verify that the probe-position error correction can be successfully applied to real data obtained on a planar near-field range where probe position errors are known. Since probe position-error correction is most important at high frequencies, measurements were made at 60 GHz. Six planar scans at z positions separated by 0.03 A(More)
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