Improving the accuracy of the surface integral equations for low-contrast dielectric scatterers
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, AP-S International Symposium (Digest)
4853 - 4856
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Solutions of scattering problems involving low-contrast dielectric objects are considered by employing surface integral equations. A stabilization procedure based on extracting the non-radiating part of the induced currents is applied so that the remaining radiating currents can be modelled appropriately and the scattered fields from the low-contrast objects can be calculated with improved accuracy. Stabilization is applied to both tangential (T) and normal (N) formulations in order to use the benefits of different formulations.