EM Measurement Systems & Analysis
The team of scientists, engineers and researchers at Resonant Sciences have decades of experience in microwave and material measurements and in the design and manufacture of various measurement systems used to characterize materials and structures. These measurements and systems are used internally and by sponsors in analysis and design efforts, in production environments for qualification testing, and in research and development laboratories for cutting edge research.
Resonant Sciences prides itself on its state of the art measurement capabilities and measurement systems and in their responsiveness to customer needs from accuracy, quality, cost and lead time perspectives. Resonant Sciences takes a unique computational electromagnetics analysis/design approach which insures accurate measurements and system design.
Resonant Sciences has designed and fully analyzed multiple free space, guided wave, and resonant cavity measurement systems. These include focused beam systems up through 40 GHz, fully automated radome characterization systems, high temperature free space and guided wave systems, resonant cavity systems, and our our own Electromagnetic Measurement Probe (EMP) antennas and measurement systems. Numerous variants of our EMP systems are currently fielded, including bench-top testing systems, high temperature systems, scanning array systems, among others.
When considered collectively, Resonant Sciences' fielded measurement systems cover multiple polarizations (measuring or calculating TE, TM, CP co- and cross-pol, and Axial Ratio), broad frequency range (measuring 100 MHz - 40 GHz), broad temperature range (measuring ambient – 2400 deg F), broad angles of incidence (measuring broadside to 10 degrees from grazing), broad target dimensions (measuring targets as small as less than an inch to more than 10 feet in length and width), and broad target shapes and compositions (measuring solids, liquids, gasses, composites, layered structures, antennas, scatterers, planar and non-planar, isotropic and anisotropic). Bare bones solutions as well as fully automated systems are available to fit the needs of customer resources.