Shortest range length to measure the total radiated power

@inproceedings{Derat2019ShortestRL,
  title={Shortest range length to measure the total radiated power},
  author={Benoit Derat and Gerhard F. Hamberger and Fabian Michaelsen},
  year={2019}
}
Total radiated power (TRP) is a key performance metric in over-the-air (OTA) testing of wireless devices. The TRP is evaluated by integration of the power density over a surface enclosing the device under test (DUT). In principle, this total power flow shall be independent from the surface. However, the power received at the instrumentation in a given polarisation typically relates to the intensity of the corresponding component of the impinging E-field. In the far-field, the E-field magnitude… CONTINUE READING

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