[Whitepaper] Get ready for over-the-air (OTA) testing!

Integrated antennas and antenna arrays are an increasingly common part of communications products such as IoT devices, satellite communications devices, and mm-wave devices.

Since their chipsets, power amplifiers and antennas can only be tested as a unit, a broader community of electronics designers needs an understanding of OTA testing.

Our free white paper provides extensive knowledge of several key areas.

Demystifying over-the-air (OTA) testing covers:

Introduction to antenna characterization
Learn about antennas types, parameters, characterization and testing, with particular reference to integrated antennas.

The importance and execution of OTA test setup calibration
Learn about using a reference antenna, calibrating the signal analyzer with the signal generator, the impact of the test chamber, and using a golden sample.

Test ranges and chambers
Read about considerations for outdoor test ranges, semi-anechoic chambers, fully anechoic chambers, reverberation chambers, benchtop test ranges, extreme condition testing, and more.

Chamber verification
Understand the role of chamber verification in getting correct measurements with limited uncertainty.

Array antenna calibration methodologies
Array antennas are used to focus the energy in particular directions. Learn about the issues that require particular attention during OTA calibration and testing.

Download your copy of the white paper here.

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