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PULSE SIGNAL SCATTERING FROM PERFECTLY CONDUCTING COMPLEX OBJECT LOCATED NEAR UNIFORM HALF-SPACE

By O. I. Sukharevsky, S. A. Gorelyshev, V. A. Vasilets, and A. V. Muzychenko

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Abstract:
The approximative calculation technique of the pulse signal backscattering for the perfectly conducting electrically large object (with small curvatures) located near the boundary of the uniform half-space (perhaps, with the complex parameters) is proposed. The calculation results of electromagnetic fields scattered from perfectly conducting sphere and complex shape objects located near the ground surface are demonstrated and discussed.

Citation:
O. I. Sukharevsky, S. A. Gorelyshev, V. A. Vasilets, and A. V. Muzychenko, "Pulse Signal Scattering from Perfectly Conducting Complex Object Located Near Uniform Half-Space," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 29, 169-185, 2000.
doi:10.2528/PIER99121702
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=9912172

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