INDOOR ANEHOIC RANGE
Compact ranges are used for both RCS and antenna measurements alike. One distinction between the two is the method by which the target (antenna) under test is positioned throughout the measurement sequence. RCS targets are usually placed atop a low RCS ogive pylon or tapered foam column, while antennas are customarily fixed to a series of rotating axes depending on the goals of the measurements. DSC has extensive experience in the development of turn-key antenna measurement compact ranges with a variety of multi-axis target positioning and instrumentation systems. Whether you need a traditional tapered antenna column or a tailored solution that has two opposing positioning systems, DSC can design, construct, and deliver a solution that meets your requirements.