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Pulsed EM Field Radiation, Mutual Coupling, and Reciprocity of Thin Planar Antennas

ŠTUMPF, M.

Originální název

Pulsed EM Field Radiation, Mutual Coupling, and Reciprocity of Thin Planar Antennas

Anglický název

Pulsed EM Field Radiation, Mutual Coupling, and Reciprocity of Thin Planar Antennas

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The reciprocity theorem of the time-convolution type is used to construct a purely time-domain methodology that makes possible to readily evaluate the pulsed electromagnetic field radiation characteristics of arbitrarily-shaped thin planar antennas and their time-domain mutual coupling. The developed computational model provides an insightful description of thin planar antennas that reveals the principal aspects of their pulsed-radiation behavior. The derived self-reciprocity (time-derivative) relation provides a useful means for determining planar antenna's radiation characteristics from its response on a plane wave in the receiving state. Moreover, it is demonstrated that this relation may find its applications in consistency checks of general-purpose computational tools. The proposed coupling model indicates the huge savings of computational resources with respect to the traditional approaches such as the finite difference time-domain technique. It is shown that all the obtained results agree well with the (full-wave) finite integration technique.

Anglický abstrakt

The reciprocity theorem of the time-convolution type is used to construct a purely time-domain methodology that makes possible to readily evaluate the pulsed electromagnetic field radiation characteristics of arbitrarily-shaped thin planar antennas and their time-domain mutual coupling. The developed computational model provides an insightful description of thin planar antennas that reveals the principal aspects of their pulsed-radiation behavior. The derived self-reciprocity (time-derivative) relation provides a useful means for determining planar antenna's radiation characteristics from its response on a plane wave in the receiving state. Moreover, it is demonstrated that this relation may find its applications in consistency checks of general-purpose computational tools. The proposed coupling model indicates the huge savings of computational resources with respect to the traditional approaches such as the finite difference time-domain technique. It is shown that all the obtained results agree well with the (full-wave) finite integration technique.

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BibTex


@article{BUT108736,
  author="Martin {Štumpf}",
  title="Pulsed EM Field Radiation, Mutual Coupling, and Reciprocity of Thin Planar Antennas",
  annote="The reciprocity theorem of the time-convolution type is used to construct a purely time-domain methodology that makes possible to readily evaluate the pulsed electromagnetic field radiation characteristics of arbitrarily-shaped thin planar antennas and their time-domain mutual coupling. The developed computational model provides an insightful description of thin planar antennas that reveals the principal aspects of their pulsed-radiation behavior. The derived self-reciprocity (time-derivative) relation provides a useful means for determining planar antenna's radiation characteristics from its response on a plane wave in the receiving state. Moreover, it is demonstrated that this relation may find its applications in consistency checks of general-purpose computational tools. The proposed coupling model indicates the huge savings of computational resources with respect to the traditional approaches such as the finite difference time-domain technique. It is shown that all the obtained results agree well with the (full-wave) finite integration technique.",
  address="IEEE Press",
  chapter="108736",
  doi="10.1109/TAP.2014.2323079",
  institution="IEEE Press",
  number="8",
  volume="62",
  year="2014",
  month="august",
  pages="3943--3950",
  publisher="IEEE Press",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}