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Near field to equivalent currents transformation with radome applications

Persson, Kristin LU and Gustafsson, Mats LU (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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surface integral equation, radome applications, arbitrary geometric structures, near field to equivalent currents transformation, singular value decomposition
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Proceedings International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory
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3 pages
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Pisa University
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International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (URSI EMTS 2004)
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88-8492-252-6
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English
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  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},
  author       = {Persson, Kristin and Gustafsson, Mats},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory},
  isbn         = {88-8492-252-6},
  keyword      = {surface integral equation,radome applications,arbitrary geometric structures,near field to equivalent currents transformation,singular value decomposition},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1122--1124},
  publisher    = {Pisa University},
  title        = {Near field to equivalent currents transformation with radome applications},
  year         = {2004},
}