EEE AP-S /URSI 2005, International Symposium and National Radio Science Meeting, July 3-8, 2005, Washington, DC, USA
Some environments in which wireless systems such as antennas are operating are becoming more complicated and the design of these wireless systems presents many challenges. More parameters are needed and additional information provided by near field measurements can be used for better understanding the behavior of the far field or the performance of the transmitter or receiver antenna. This paper presents a rigorous analysis of the diffracted and scattered near field signal radios and the far field electromagnetic propagation waves at 9.5 GHz. The measurement data have been taken in various conditions including the velocities and the Doppler frequencies of the target.