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EQUATION SOLUTION FOR THE CURRENT IN RADIAL IMPEDANCE MONOPOLE ON THE PERFECTLY CONDUCTING SPHERE

By M. V. Nesterenko, D. Y. Penkin, V. A. Katrich, and V. M. Dakhov

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Abstract:
The problem about the electrical current distribution along thin radial impedance monopole, located on the perfectly conducting sphere, has been solved in a rigorous electrodynamic formulation in the paper. The problem formulation strictness is provided by the use of the Green's function for the Hertz's vector potential for unbounded space outside the perfectly conducting sphere at formulation of the initial integral equation concerning the current in monopole. The approximate analytical solution of the integral equation has been obtained by the method of iterations both for the case of excitation of the monopole by the δ-generator of voltage, located on the finite distance over the spherical scatterer, and at the excitation of the monopole at its basis.

Citation:
M. V. Nesterenko, D. Y. Penkin, V. A. Katrich, and V. M. Dakhov, "Equation Solution for the Current in Radial Impedance Monopole on the Perfectly Conducting Sphere," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 19, 95-114, 2010.
doi:10.2528/PIERB09111105

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