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2012-01-19
Application of the Cosine Window Function with the Parameters Optimized by Genetic Algorithm in Bistatic Planar Near-Field Scattering Measurements
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 29, 51-64, 2012
Abstract
The cosine window function with the parameters optimized by Genetic Algorithm (GA) is applied in bistatic planar near-field scattering measurements so as to effectively improve the measurement precision. With the infinitely long ideal conductor cylinder as the target under test, the bistatic planar near-field scattering measurement technique is studied by the method of computer simulation and some useful results and basic laws are obtained. The calculation results show that the truncation errors caused by finite scan plane in the far-field Radar Cross Section (RCS) of the target under test obtained by near-field to far-field transformation can be reduced greatly by the weighting process of the measured scattered near-field data by means of the cosine window function with the parameters optimized by GA.
Citation
Ding Yu, Weigang Zhai, Guitao Xie, and De-Min Fu, "Application of the Cosine Window Function with the Parameters Optimized by Genetic Algorithm in Bistatic Planar Near-Field Scattering Measurements," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 29, 51-64, 2012.
doi:10.2528/PIERL11101505
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