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18
Oct
2011

A general, accurate, and efficient stand-alone commercial program for antenna diagnostics, DIATOOL, has been developed by TICRA. The software reconstructs the field or the equivalent currents on a...

18
Oct
2011

This paper concerns the EM-modelling of high-accuracy reflector antenna systems, and in particular of reflectors for space antenna systems. Recent modelling developments are exemplified ranging...

18
Oct
2011

A higher-order inverse method of moments algorithm, employing smooth current and geometry representations, as well as a very noise-robust solution algorithm, was presented at last year’s ESA...

03
Jul
2011

GRASP has for many years constituted the de facto standard in the space community for advanced reflector antenna modeling. The tool has furthermore found widespread use in the earth station...

02
Jun
2011

The accuracy of various techniques for calculating the radiation from printed reflectarrays is examined, and an improved technique based on the equivalent currents approach is proposed. The...

11
Apr
2011

This contribution deals with the problem of reconstructing the extreme near-field of an antenna starting from the field measured at a larger distance. The presented method has several applications...

11
Apr
2011

An analysis technique for improved modeling of a printed reflectarray is proposed. The technique is based on a periodic approach where periodicity is applied on an extended unit cell, which...

10
Oct
2010

A stand-alone commercial program, performing advanced electromagnetic processing of measured data, is being developed by TICRA. The program reads the measured field and computes the extreme near...

05
Oct
2010

This paper presents an improved inverse Method of Moment
technique that allows surface currents to be reconstructed
on the surface of an antenna. The input to the
algorithm is...

01
Nov
2004

This paper presents a new hierarchical basis of arbitrary order for integral equations solved with the method of moments (MoM). The basis is derived from orthogonal Legendre polynomials which are...

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