Radome Measurement

Maintaining the electromagnetic transparency quality of antenna radomes is essential for the security and vital functioning of aircraft in flight. Radomes must not create interference or degrade signal transmission and reception capabilities, and radome testing is required to verify accurate operations.

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Radome Measurement

Nose-mounted Aircraft Radome Testing

Aircraft radome characteristics must not interfere with the performance of radar systems in order to ensure optimal transmission for weather, windshear and turbulence management, in flight route planning, and overall safe navigation. Radome repair and testing procedures continue to be subject to regulations and standardized guidelines by the RTCA, such as the most recent updates in the RTCA-DO-213A. Technological advances, whether in antennas or test techniques, has incited progress and precision in radome performance testing.