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Resonance Enhancement with Antenna Modeling

Kristensson, Gerhard LU and Cheney, Margaret LU (2018) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7261)/1-28/(2018) TEAT-7261.
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This paper develops theory for an iterative experimental approach to use one or more antennas to identify resonances of a scattering system, which could consist of the antennas and one or more scattering objects. We include realistic mathematical models for the antennas and for target(s), and we show that the resonances include effects from the antennas and wave propagation as well as the target scattering operator and its poles. We show how the effects of the antennas and wave propagation paths can be removed, to leave only the effect of the target scattering operator. We include simulations for the case of one and two cylindrical dipole antennas probing a dielectric sphere, and we show the effect of antenna resonances on the... (More)
This paper develops theory for an iterative experimental approach to use one or more antennas to identify resonances of a scattering system, which could consist of the antennas and one or more scattering objects. We include realistic mathematical models for the antennas and for target(s), and we show that the resonances include effects from the antennas and wave propagation as well as the target scattering operator and its poles. We show how the effects of the antennas and wave propagation paths can be removed, to leave only the effect of the target scattering operator. We include simulations for the case of one and two cylindrical dipole antennas probing a dielectric sphere, and we show the effect of antenna resonances on the iterative experimental process. (Less)
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  abstract     = { This paper develops theory for an iterative experimental approach to use one or more antennas to identify resonances of a scattering system, which could consist of the antennas and one or more scattering objects.  We include realistic mathematical models for the antennas and for target(s), and we show that the resonances include effects from the antennas and wave propagation as well as the target scattering operator and its poles.   We show how the effects of the antennas and wave propagation paths can be removed, to leave only the effect of the target scattering operator.   We include simulations for the case of one and two cylindrical dipole antennas probing a dielectric sphere, and we show the effect of antenna resonances on the iterative experimental process.},
  author       = {Kristensson, Gerhard and Cheney, Margaret},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7261)/1-28/(2018)},
  title        = {Resonance Enhancement with Antenna Modeling},
  volume       = {TEAT-7261},
  year         = {2018},
}