Publication detail

Analysis of Vivaldi antenna with Method of Moments in Matlab

LUKEŠ, Z., RAIDA, Z.

Original Title

Analysis of Vivaldi antenna with Method of Moments in Matlab

English Title

Analysis of Vivaldi antenna with Method of Moments in Matlab

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The Vividli antenna (also known as Tapered Slot Antenna - TSA) belongs among slotline antennas with endfire radiation. Vivaldi antennas are fabricated from two thin metallic parts, which are separated by an air space or a dielectric substrate. In our development, we concentrated on a LTSA (Linear Taper Slotline Antenna) type. In the analysis by the method of moments, we have to discretize the surface of the Vivaldi antenna. If the discretization of the Vivaldi antenna is finished, then the program for the moment analysis can be run. The program consists in three parts: Pre-processing, Computational Kernel and Post-processing.

English abstract

The Vividli antenna (also known as Tapered Slot Antenna - TSA) belongs among slotline antennas with endfire radiation. Vivaldi antennas are fabricated from two thin metallic parts, which are separated by an air space or a dielectric substrate. In our development, we concentrated on a LTSA (Linear Taper Slotline Antenna) type. In the analysis by the method of moments, we have to discretize the surface of the Vivaldi antenna. If the discretization of the Vivaldi antenna is finished, then the program for the moment analysis can be run. The program consists in three parts: Pre-processing, Computational Kernel and Post-processing.

Keywords

Vivaldi antenna, moment method, Matlab

RIV year

2002

Released

07.11.2002

Publisher

Humusoft

Location

Praha

ISBN

80-7080-500-5

Book

Matlab 2002, Sborník příspěvků 10. ročníku konference

Pages from

289

Pages to

294

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT4290,
  author="Zbyněk {Lukeš} and Zbyněk {Raida}",
  title="Analysis of Vivaldi antenna with Method of Moments in Matlab",
  annote="The Vividli antenna (also known as Tapered Slot Antenna - TSA) belongs among slotline antennas with endfire radiation. Vivaldi antennas are fabricated from two thin metallic parts, which are separated by an air space or a dielectric substrate. In our development, we concentrated on a LTSA (Linear Taper Slotline Antenna) type. In the analysis by the method of moments, we have to discretize the surface of the Vivaldi antenna. If the discretization of the Vivaldi antenna is finished, then the program for the moment analysis can be run. The program consists in three parts: Pre-processing, Computational Kernel and Post-processing.",
  address="Humusoft",
  booktitle="Matlab 2002, Sborník příspěvků 10. ročníku konference",
  chapter="4290",
  institution="Humusoft",
  year="2002",
  month="november",
  pages="289",
  publisher="Humusoft",
  type="conference paper"
}