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Post subject: antenna footprint and interference
Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 12:35 pm
When placing antennas close to one another (such
as on an antenna farm), spacing or isolation is
a concern. I think what needs to be considered is
the propagation pattern of the antennas and as long
as the main lobes and minimal side lobes reach an
adjacent antenna, there should be adequate separation.
Does anyone have software recommendations to look
at this sort of thing? Any other comments are welcome
as well. I am trying to learn this subject and appreciate
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