Near field to equivalent currents transformation with radome applications
(2004) International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (URSI EMTS 2004) In Proceedings International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory p.1122-1124- Abstract
- Knowledge about the equivalent currents distribution on a radome can be used to improve radome design, detect manufacturing errors, and to verify numerical simulations. In this paper, the transformation from near-field data to the equivalent currents distribution is analyzed. The transformation is based on a singular value decomposition of the surface integral equation that relates the equivalent currents to the near-field data. The mathematical model can easily be used for arbitrary geometric structures. The symmetries of a specific problem are utilized to reduce the computational complexity. Both synthetic data and measured data are used to verify the algorithm
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- author
- Persson, Kristin ^{LU} and Gustafsson, Mats ^{LU}
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- publishing date
- 2004
- type
- Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding
- publication status
- published
- subject
- keywords
- surface integral equation, radome applications, arbitrary geometric structures, near field to equivalent currents transformation, singular value decomposition
- in
- Proceedings International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory
- pages
- 3 pages
- publisher
- Pisa University
- conference name
- International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (URSI EMTS 2004)
- ISBN
- 88-8492-252-6
- language
- English
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- yes
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- 9bdce9a6-5e2b-444e-94d4-2a5c4ed31057 (old id 613929)
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