Dr. Oscar Quevedo-Teruel

Associate Professor

Electromagnetic Engineering

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Facilities at my group:

Anechoic chamber (2 GHz - 40 GHz):

An anechoic chamber is typically employed to characterize antennas. In the chamber, there are not electromagnetic reflections (or echos), so the radiation pattern and gain of these antennas can be measured.

At KTH, we have an anechoic chamber which can measure antennas from 2GHz-40GHz. The chamber has been constructed by Asysol.

Additionally to the conventional far-field measurements, our chamber is equipped with a spherical near-field scanner.

Near-field scanner (1 GHz - 6 GHz) :

In my lab, we have a near-field scanner (EMSCAN) which can develop real time radiation patterns (linear and circular polarization) from 1 GHz up to 6 GHz.

VNA (up to 70GHz):

In my group, we have an Anritsu VNA (MS4640B Series) with two ports which is able to measure S-parameters from 70 kHz up to 70 GHz, including time-domain functionalities.