A Dielectric Low-Perturbation Field Scanner for Multi-Path Environments

@article{Cozza2017ADL,
  title={A Dielectric Low-Perturbation Field Scanner for Multi-Path Environments},
  author={Andrea Cozza and Francesco Masciovecchio and Cx00E9cile Dorgan and Mohamed Serhir and Florian Monsef and Dominique Lecointe},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2017},
  volume={65},
  pages={1978-1987}
}
Well-established solutions capable of scanning electromagnetic fields in anechoic environments essentially rely on the massive use of absorbers, in order to keep under check energy scattered by the metallic parts of an automatic positioning system. Solutions of this kind are convenient whenever the field to scan is the result of line-of-sight (LOS) propagation. In complex media, where multipath propagation imply non-LOS contributions, the introduction of absorbing materials can irremediably… CONTINUE READING
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