A package for processing antenna near-field measurements.
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Because we make more sense than The Far Side.
Description: a package for processing antenna near-field data.
NearSide uses NumPy so you need to decide if you want to build it yourself with
$ sudo pip install numpy
or download the package with
$ sudo apt-get install python-numpy
I have been building NumPy using the pip method, but it takes a long time.
Once you have NumPy, install NearSide with
$ sudo pip install nearside (COMMING SOON)
Windows: Make sure you have Numpy on your machine, then
$ pip install nearside (COMMING SOON)
Reporting bugs, suggesting features, helping with documentation, and adding to the code is very welcome. See [Contributing](CONTRIBUTING.md).
Copyright (C) 2015 Randy Direen <email@example.com>. NearSide is licensed under GNU General Public License, version 3, a copy of this license has been provided within the COPYING file in this directory, and can also be found at <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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