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Peter Meincke

Position: Research Engineer
Education: M.Sc., Ph.D., Electrical Engineering
Specialization: Antenna theory, computational electromagnetics
With TICRA since: 2008
Phone (direct): +45 3330 6744
Dr. Meincke’s main responsibility is to develop and maintain the analysis modules of TICRA’s software packages. Before joining TICRA, Dr. Meincke served as associate professor at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), where he was teaching and conducting research in the areas of electromagnetic theory, inverse problems, high-frequency and time-domain scattering, antenna theory, and microwave imaging.In 1995 he was a Visiting Research Scientist at the Electromagnetics Directorate of Rome Laboratory, Hanscom Air Force Base, MA. In 1997, he was with a Danish cellular phone company, working on theoretical aspects of radio-wave propagation. In spring and summer of 1998, he was visiting the Center for Electromagnetics Research, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, while holding a Postdoctoral position from DTU. Dr. Meincke won the first prize award in the 1996 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Student Paper Contest in Baltimore, MD, for his paper on uniform physical theory of diffraction equivalent edge currents and received the 2000 RWP King Paper Award for his paper “Time-domain version of the physical theory of diffraction” published in IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, February, 1999.

Papers

14
Jul
2017

The traditional O(f6) computational time scaling when using Method of Moments for monostatic Radar Cross Section calculations is circumvented by applying the Multi-Level Fast Multipole...

24
Mar
2017
Co-authors:
Olav Breinbjerg

Waveguides with anisotropic surface impedance boundaries have been investigated for the purpose of matched feeds for offset reflectors. Matched feeds employ higher order waveguide modes to cancel...

21
Mar
2017

The monostatic radar cross section (RCS) is an important design parameter for many applications but accurate RCS prediction of an electrically large structure continues to be a challenging task....

01
Jul
2016

A Higher-Order Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (HO MLFMM) is presented for the efficient calculation of waveguide scattering parameters in cases where several reflector feeds are mounted on...

01
Jul
2016
Co-authors:
Olav Breinbjerg

Matched feed horns aim to cancel cross polarization generated in offset reflector systems. An analytical method for predicting the mode spectrum generated by inclusions in such horns, e.g. stubs...

10
Apr
2016

We present recent advances in the RF modelling of electrically large antennas and platforms, with an emphasis on reflector antennas and satellite platforms. The Higher-Order Multilevel Fast...

10
Apr
2016

The challenges related to the increasing physical size of satellite platforms carry over to a number of related areas, including the design of Compact Antenna Test Ranges (CATRs) capable of...

10
Apr
2016
Co-authors:
Olav Breinbjerg

The inherently high cross polarization of prime focus offset reflector antennas can be compensated by launching higher order modes in the feed horn. Traditionally, the bandwidth of such systems is...

11
Oct
2015
Co-authors:
C. H. Schmidt, Airbus Defence & Space, Munich, Germany

The design of modern Compact Antenna Test Ranges (CATRs) is a challenging task, and to achieve strong performance, simulation using computational electromagnetics is a vital part of the design...

06
Oct
2015

Modeling the optical system on the Planck Space Telescope pre-launch was a very demanding task, with the huge electrical size, the strict accuracy requirements and the complicated feed arrangement...

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