Antenna Engineering Using Physical Optics: Practical CAD Techniques and Software, Volume 1
Leo Diaz, Thomas A. Milligan
Artech House, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 343 pages
Spend less time setting up complex antenna design problems and improve the accuracy of your results with this practical new book and software package. It shows you how to combine physical optics modeling techniques with the free space dyadic Green's function to quickly and easily calculate antenna patterns and diffraction from nearby objects, letting your PC do the specialized math for you.
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Arrays and Small Antenna Elements
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array axis blockage function calculating far-field CALL characteristic impedance common block components cone corrugated currents common currents file diffraction dimension direction Disk SUBROUTINE dot product dyadic Green's function electric and magnetic electric current electric field element equation equivalent currents equivalent surface far-field pattern feed pattern field point fields radiated Figure file for calculating FORTRAN Subroutine geometry file groundplane H plane horn incident increment induced currents integrals LUNIT Logical unit magnetic current magnetic field MATLAB script file microstrip patch mutual coupling near-field Nf by Ns Number of points paraboloidal paraboloidal reflector Pattern Angle pattern approximation phi angles polarization polygon position vector Propagation constant radiated fields radiation patterns radius reflector antennas reflector geometry reflector surface reradiated rotation matrix routine sampling spacing slot source current source point square patch strut subreflector theta angles unit normal unit of random unit vector Vector Green's function vee dipole waveguide wavelength wavenumber