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2022-08-31
Focusing of the Electromagnetic Field in Several Given Areas of Space
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 113, 11-22, 2022
Abstract
The article describes the problem of spatial separation of devices operating in the same frequency range. The possibility of focusing electromagnetic fields in several specified regions of space is considered. The proposed method for focusing the electromagnetic field can be an additional method for separation devices that operate in the same frequency range. The system under consideration, consisting of space, radiating antennas and focusing points, is represented as an abstract multipole with the number of inputs equal to the number of radiating antennas and with a set of outputs equal to the number of focusing points. A coordinate system has been introduced that makes it possible to calculate the distances between radiation and focusing points. A method for calculating complex transmission coefficients between emission points and reception points is described. An analytical expression is obtained, a system of linear algebraic equations, which makes it possible to calculate the necessary amplitudes and phases of signals supplied to radiating antennas. A model in a computer-aided design system containing 56 radiating antennas is presented. 9 focus points were set, and 4 of them should have maxima of the electromagnetic field. The simulation confirmed the theoretical calculations. A method for optimizing the calculations of the initial amplitudes and phases by eliminating the elements of the characteristic matrix is considered. This made it possible to reduce the number of elements in the characteristic matrix.
Citation
Denis Iuzvik Maksim Stepanov , "Focusing of the Electromagnetic Field in Several Given Areas of Space," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 113, 11-22, 2022.
doi:10.2528/PIERM22070704
http://www.jpier.org/PIERM/pier.php?paper=22070704
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