Analysis of an arbitrary conic section profile cylindrical reflector antenna, H-polarization case
Nosich, A. I.
Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on
3156 - 3162
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Oğuzer, T., Nosich, A. I., & Altintas, A. (2004). Analysis of an arbitrary conic section profile cylindrical reflector antenna, H-polarization case. Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on, 52(11), 3156-3163.
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Two-dimensional scattering of waves by a perfectly electric conducting reflector having arbitrary smooth profile is studied in the H-polarization case. This is done by reducing the mixed-potential integral equation to the dual-series equations and carrying out analytical regularization. To simulate a realistic primary feed, directive incident field is taken as a complex source point beam. The proposed algorithm shows convergence and efficiency. The far field characteristics are presented for the reflectors shaped as quite large-size curved strips of elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic profiles.