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Group Delay for an Ultra Wide Band Antenna Webinar

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In this webinar, XFdtd's product team discusses group delay for UWB antennas.  Remcom's application engineering team developed a method for analyzing group delay for a single-port antenna and is looking for market feedback.

In a laboratory setting, the group delay between two antennas is measured directly using a VNA.  Typically, two identical antennas are separated by a minimum of the far-field distance and aligned such that the transmitter (TX) and receiver (RX) have both the same polarizations and look directions.  The resulting group delay is a function of the TX antenna, the RX antenna, and the separation distance.  In order to determine the group delay associated with a single antenna—either TX or RX—some analysis of the measured group delay must be performed.  

Explore how group delay is determined directly from a single-port simulation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about the latest developments for computing group delay for an antenna.
  • Impact XFdtd’s feature development by providing input on your needs.