2021 Best Papers Announced
The Antenna Measurement Techniques Association (AMTA) is pleased to announce AMTA 2021 Top 3 Best Papers.
Thomas Gemmer, RWTH Aachen University
Accurate Retrieval of Antenna Patterns in Reflective Environments Via the Test-Zone Field-Compensation Technique
Co-author: Dirk Heberling
Cosme Culotta-López, QuadSAT
On the Uncertainty Sources of Drone-Based Outdoor Far-Field Antenna Measurements
Co-authors: Stuart Gregson, Andrian Buchi, Carlo Rizzo, Diana Trifon, Snorre Skeidsvoll, Inès Barbary and Joakim Espeland
David A. Tonn, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport
A Novel Complex Image Expansion for Antenna Measurements Above a Lossy Half Space
Congratulations to the AMTA 2021 Top 3 Best Paper Winners!
Abstract Submissions Now Open for the 44th Annual AMTA Symposium!
Key Submission Dates:
250-350 word abstract: May 1, 2022
Email notification of acceptance: June 7, 2022
Manuscript submission deadline: July 24, 2022
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