Analysis of cylindrically conformal antennas using closed-form Green's function representations
Ertürk, Vakur B.
9th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2015
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Probe-fed microstrip patch antennas and slotted sectoral waveguide array antennas embedded in cylindrically stratified media are analyzed with a hybrid Method of Moments/Green's function technique, where closed-form Green's function representations for electric and magnetic current sources are used as the kernel of the associated integral equations. Various patch and slot antennas are analyzed using the proposed method. Numerical results in the form of input impedance, S-parameters, and radiation patterns are presented and compared to the results obtained from CST Microwave Studio™ and HFSS™. © 2015 EurAAP.
KeywordsClosed-form Green's functions
Generalized pencil of function method
Method of moments
Directional patterns (antenna)
Method of moments
CST microwave studio
Cylindrically stratified media
Hybrid Method of Moments
Magnetic current sources
Micro-strip patch antennas
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