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HIGH-FREQUENCY METHOD ANALYSIS ON SCATTERING FROM HOMOGENOUS DIELECTRIC OBJECTS WITH ELECTRICALLY LARGE SIZE IN HALF SPACE

By X.-F. Li, Y.-J. Xie, and R. Yang

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Abstract:
The high-frequency method for solving the scattering from homogeneous dielectric objects with electrically large size in half space is presented in this paper. In order to consider the scattering fields of the targets in half space, the half-space physical optics method is deduced by introducing the half-space Green's function into the conventional physical optics method (PO). Combined with the graphical-electromagnetic computing method to read the geometry information of all visible facets, the equivalent currents and the reflection coefficients are utilized to account of the homogenous dielectric objects with half-space physical optics method in half space. The numerical results show that this method is efficient and accurate.

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X.-F. Li, Y.-J. Xie, and R. Yang, "High-Frequency Method Analysis on Scattering from Homogenous Dielectric Objects with Electrically Large Size in Half Space," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 1, 177-188, 2008.
doi:10.2528/PIERB07103001

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