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# Broadband Analysis of Multi-Wire Antennas with Time-Domain Method of Moments

LUKEŠ, Z., RAIDA, Z.

Originální název

Broadband Analysis of Multi-Wire Antennas with Time-Domain Method of Moments

Anglický název

Broadband Analysis of Multi-Wire Antennas with Time-Domain Method of Moments

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper deals with the wideband analysis of multi-wire antennas by the time-domain method of moments (TD-MoM). Two geometrical multi-wire structures are described: two linear parallel dipoles two-meter long with distance one meter between them, and two parallel dipoles with the distance 0.1 meter only. In these cases, we excite one dipole in the central segment. In the text, two types of solution are described. We use a quicker and more efficient method only. Our results are compared with commercial software in frequency domain (IE3D) from SWR point of view. Problems of solution are described in conclusion.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper deals with the wideband analysis of multi-wire antennas by the time-domain method of moments (TD-MoM). Two geometrical multi-wire structures are described: two linear parallel dipoles two-meter long with distance one meter between them, and two parallel dipoles with the distance 0.1 meter only. In these cases, we excite one dipole in the central segment. In the text, two types of solution are described. We use a quicker and more efficient method only. Our results are compared with commercial software in frequency domain (IE3D) from SWR point of view. Problems of solution are described in conclusion.

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BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT13700,
author="Zbyněk {Lukeš} and Zbyněk {Raida}",
title="Broadband Analysis of Multi-Wire Antennas with Time-Domain Method of Moments",
annote="The paper deals with the wideband analysis of multi-wire antennas by the time-domain method of moments (TD-MoM). Two geometrical multi-wire structures are described: two linear parallel dipoles two-meter long with distance one meter between them, and two parallel dipoles with the distance 0.1 meter only. In these cases, we excite one dipole in the central segment. In the text, two types of solution are described. We use a quicker and more efficient method only. Our results are compared with commercial software in frequency domain (IE3D) from SWR point of view. Problems of solution are described in conclusion.",