Method of Moments Applications. Volume VII. Aperture Coupling Through Long Slots.
Phase rept. Jan-Oct 75,
SYRACUSE UNIV N Y DEPT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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The problem of a plane wave incident upon one or more long, parallel slots in an infinite plane screen is treated by the method of moments 1. A Galerkins solution with triangular expansion and weighting functions is used. The complete solution for aperture fields, transmission coefficients, near and far fields is formulated and programmed. Arbitrary polarization and arbitrary angles of incidence are treated. Where comparison is possible, there is good agreement which classical results. Wide slots, and multiple slots, which cannot be treated by classical methods, are readily handled by the method of moments. Two separate computer programs have been prepared for a single slots and b double slots. Program listings and descriptions are presented. Representative examples are given.
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