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Lab for radiation pattern measurement

Lab for radiation pattern measurement

Lab for radiation pattern measurement

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Hi all,

If you don't have in-house facility for radiation pattern measurement, where do you send your antennas to have one measured? I'm on the west coast. Any place to recommend??

Thanks in advance.
Hugues

RE: Lab for radiation pattern measurement

Try:
CECOM, Ft. Monmouth, NJ (732) 427-3671

or

Seavey Engineering, Pembroke, MA  (781) 829-4740
http://www.seaveyantenna.com

RE: Lab for radiation pattern measurement

I used more than 20Yrs ago Ball Brothers in Boulder CO

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RE: Lab for radiation pattern measurement

Try us at New Mexico State University - The Physical Science Lab Electromagnetics Group.  Go to www.psl.nmsu.edu and find the antennas and electromagnetics business area.

RE: Lab for radiation pattern measurement

Where on the west coast?  What frequency range, antenna type, size are you trying to measure?  You can always check with a nearby university or goto ww.rfcafe.com   select vendors and then antennas.  Then call the antenna vendors to see which ones perform outside work.

Check out:
Center for Research and Services
College of Engineering and Computer Science
California State University, Northridge
18111 Nordhoff St., M/C 8295
Northridge, CA 91330-8295 USA
Phone: 818-677-2146
Fax: 818-677-5982
http//maxwell.ecs.csun.edu   (note: I got a sever time out when I tried to go to this page)

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