Design of a range for plotting patterns of shipboard antennas
Baran, Umit Savas
Menneken, C. E.
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The need for a range to measure the effectiveness of ships' radiating systems is described. A three-step long-range plan is presented for the establishment of such a range. Special consideration is given for to minimum cost, particularly in the initial phase. A design is given for this phase in which the key units are presented in detail. Readily available commercial or standard navy units are specified wherever possible. options are presented and suggestions for future extension of range are included.
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