Orthogonal basis functions for the discretization of the Magnetic-Field Integral Equation in the Low Frequency regime
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We compare the accuracy in the RCS computation from the discretization in Method of Moments of the Magneticfield Integral Equation of two different sets of orthogonal facetoriented basis functions: (i) a recently proposed zero-order set and (ii) a novel first-order set. We show their performance when compared with the traditional discretization in Method of Moments of the Electric-field and the Magnetic-field Integral equations with zero-order divergence-conforming basis functions sets. We show the RCS results for several objects discretized under the following types of meshings: flat triangular, flat quadrilateral and the combination of both.
CitationUbeda, E., Tamayo, J.M., Rius, J. Orthogonal basis functions for the discretization of the Magnetic-Field Integral Equation in the Low Frequency regime. A: European Conference on Antennas and Propagation. "EuCAP 2010 - European Conference on Antennas & Propagation". Barcelona: 2010, p. 1-4.
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