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2017-01-16
Application of the Random Coupling Model to Electromagnetic Coupling Effect Analysis of Complex Double Cavity
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 65, 81-87, 2017
Abstract
For the difficulty of calculating and measuring coupling electromagnetic quantity of complex multi-cavities, a microwave chaotic double cavity model is designed, and a new method is put forward to analyze the coupling effect of the double cavities. The new method combines Random Coupling Model (RCM) and network cascade theory and can successfully predict the Probability Density Function (PDF) of the induced voltage at target point of the double cavity compared with other methods. Experiment is added to verify the effectiveness of the new method in this paper. In addition, the new method provides a new approach to analyze and predict the coupling electromagnetic quantity of the complex double cavities in practical engineering.
Citation
Jie-Qing Fan, Ying Pan, Jian-Hong Hao, and Heng-You Zhang, "Application of the Random Coupling Model to Electromagnetic Coupling Effect Analysis of Complex Double Cavity," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 65, 81-87, 2017.
doi:10.2528/PIERL16101201
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