Analysis of the nonconcentric reflector antenna in radome system by the iterative reflector antenna and radome interaction
Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications
Taylor & Francis
57 - 70
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Nonconcentric reflector antenna-in-radome systems are used in applications especially requiring smaller radome coverages. The analysis of this two-dimensional geometry is performed for the E-polarization case. Here the geometry is decomposed into two parts and the analysis is performed by imposing the boundary conditions on each part as an iterative manner. This is known as the iterative boundary condition method in the literature. Convergence and accuracy are established numerically and it is seen that the expectations are really verified in reasonable CPU times. Also various numerical results are obtained for the description of the radiation characteristics.