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Hybrid Antenna Measurement and Simulations

azienda Thesis in external company    


keywords ANTENNA, MEASUREMENT, MODELING

Reference persons GIUSEPPE VECCHI, FRANCESCA VIPIANA

External reference persons G. Giordanengo (Istituto Superiore Mario Boella)

Research Groups Applied Electromagnetics, CCNE - COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKS ENGINEERING

Thesis type MASTER THESIS

Description The exhaustive RF end-to-end testing of an antenna can be complex and time consuming. Due to the sampling criteria limit, the measurement time associated with these complex tests becomes easily prohibitive. Advanced strategies for end-to-end test time reduction are very appealing and recently(1,2), an algorithm based on a properly hybridization of measurements and simulations has been proposed, to demonstrate the possibility to perform a radical under sampling measured field of the Antenna Under Test (AUT), with respect to the conventional Nyquist criteria.
The thesis would like to improve the performance of the algorithm by investigating the possibility to extend the method to other domains (e.g. frequency, space, etc.).

(1) L. J. Foged, L. Scialacqua, M. Bandinelli, M. Bercigli, F. Vipiana, G. Giordanengo, M. Sabbadini, and G. Vecchi, “Numerical Model Augmentend RF Test Techniques,” in 6th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP, March 2012.
(2) L. J. Foged, L. Scialacqua, F. Saccardi, M. Bandinelli, M. Bercigli, G. Guida, F. Vipiana, G. Giordanengo, M. Sabbadini, and G. Vecchi, “Innovative Approach for Satellite Antenna Integration and Test/Verification,” in 34th Symposium of the Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA), October 2012.

See also  http://www.ismb.it/en/node/2241

Required skills - MS students in Telecommunication Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or equivalent
- Experience with main programming languages (Matlab /Fortran/C/C++)
- Basic knowledge of EM fields
- Basic knowledge of linear algebra and linear systems
- Experience with Electronic instruments (the thesis will include laboratory activities)

Notes Expected duration: 6 months.
The thesis will be developed at Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Antenna and EMC Lab.


Deadline 03/01/2020      PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA




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