Application of the measured equation of invariance to radiation and scattering by flat surfaces
Document typeConference report
Publisher. IEEE AP-S SYMPOSIUM DIGEST
Rights accessOpen Access
Because on flat surfaces the electric currents are confined to two dimensions, a simple vector potential formulation can be used. The problem of radiation and scattering by rectangular strip dipoles is solved, including the transversal variation of the current across the dipole width. Also of interest are the currents induced on antennas with step variations in width, and with bends and T-junctions.
CitationPous, R., Prouty, M., Mei, K. Application of the measured equation of invariance to radiation and scattering by flat surfaces. A:APS - Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium "AP-S'93: IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium: 1993 International Symposium digest, antennas and propagation: the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan: June 28-July 2, 1993". . IEEE AP-S SYMPOSIUM DIGEST, 1993, p. 540-543.