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Probes for Microwave Near-Field Measurements

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To be satisfactory for microwave near-field measurements, a probe must have desirable polarization characteristics, must have an aperture small enough to indicate the field at a point, must deliver sufficient signal voltage to permit accurate measurement, and yet must not seriously distort the fields. The design of a probe may be simplified if the fields to be measured are known to be almost linearly polarized or to consist only of a traveling wave. Comparison of measurements made with various probes has led to the development of a small open-ended waveguide probe which is simple to construct and has given excellent results.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 3 )