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On Using Ray-Launching Method For Modeling Rotational Spectrometer

Originální název

On Using Ray-Launching Method For Modeling Rotational Spectrometer

Anglický název

On Using Ray-Launching Method For Modeling Rotational Spectrometer

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In the paper the ray-launching method is developed and used for the modeling of a rotational spectrometer. Since the electrical size of the spectrometer is several thousands times longer compared to the wavelength, the presented approach is much suitable for the analysis of such huge devices than the classical numerical exact methods such as the fast integral methods. The accuracy of the developed approach is verified on an analysis of a spectrometer component - a lens. Firstly, the lens is analyzed in CST Microwave Studio, and secondly, by the developed ray-launching method. The comparison shows that the accuracy of the developed approach is good.

Anglický abstrakt

In the paper the ray-launching method is developed and used for the modeling of a rotational spectrometer. Since the electrical size of the spectrometer is several thousands times longer compared to the wavelength, the presented approach is much suitable for the analysis of such huge devices than the classical numerical exact methods such as the fast integral methods. The accuracy of the developed approach is verified on an analysis of a spectrometer component - a lens. Firstly, the lens is analyzed in CST Microwave Studio, and secondly, by the developed ray-launching method. The comparison shows that the accuracy of the developed approach is good.

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@article{BUT47001,
  author="Jaroslav {Láčík} and Zbyněk {Lukeš} and Zbyněk {Raida}",
  title="On Using Ray-Launching Method For Modeling Rotational Spectrometer",
  annote="In the paper the ray-launching method is developed and used for the modeling of a rotational spectrometer. Since the electrical size of the spectrometer is several thousands times longer compared to the wavelength, the presented approach is much suitable for the analysis of such huge devices than the classical numerical exact methods such as the fast integral methods.
The accuracy of the developed approach is verified on an analysis of a spectrometer component - a lens. Firstly, the lens is analyzed in CST Microwave Studio, and secondly, by the developed ray-launching method. The comparison shows that the accuracy of the developed approach is good.
",
  address="Department of Radio Electronic, Brno  University of Technology",
  chapter="47001",
  institution="Department of Radio Electronic, Brno  University of Technology",
  journal="Radioengineering",
  number="2",
  volume="17",
  year="2008",
  month="june",
  pages="98--107",
  publisher="Department of Radio Electronic, Brno  University of Technology",
  type="journal article - other"
}