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3D antenna pattern interpolation

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Dear all,

I was wondering if anyone knows how to combine (interpolate) 2 antenna pattern cuts (Vertical and horizontal) to a 3D pattern. Any directions to some matlab, c or other code, or relevant links will be much appreciated.

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This could result in misleading results, particularly if you have off axis sidelobes that the primary plane cuts do not pick up. In general I would recommend many more 2D cuts to characterize the 3D performance of an antenna.

With that warning you could plot a pattern that is the product of the patterns in the two planes, P(θ,Φ)=p1(Θ)*p2(Φ). You might want to normalixe the patterns first.
 

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