Analysis of the nonconcentric radome-enclosed cylindrical reflector antenna system, e-polarization case
Two-dimensional (2-D) radiation of a directive complex line source is analyzed in the presence of a perfectly conducting (PEC) reflector antenna system and nonconcentrically located dielectric radome. Similar problem was studied in the literature by using method of regularization and Green's function formulation for the H-polarization case. Here the same techniques are used for E-polarization case but in this case the scattered part of the Green's function is computed by using an FFT based algorithm. This provides us to solve the larger geometries accurately in reasonable computer times. So this approach can be considered as another alternative for the analysis of the E-polarized radome-enclosed reflector antenna system. Various numerical results are presented to support the convergence and accuracy of the technique and at the same time these results can be considered as reference data.