Simulating Antenna Crosstalk on an Airplane's Fuselage
Application ID: 18087
Antenna crosstalk, or co-site interference, is problematic when multiple antennas are used on a single large platform.
In this model, the interference between two identical antennas at VHF frequency is studied with an S-parameter analysis of different configurations of a receiving antenna installed on an airplane fuselage. The 2D and 3D far-field radiation patterns of a transmitting antenna are computed and the lit and shadow areas on the airplane surface are also visualized.
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