Applications of hybrid discrete Fourier transform-moment method to the fast analysis of large rectangular dipole arrays printed on a thin grounded dielectric substrate

Chou, HT
Ko, HK
Aydın Çivi, Hatice Özlem
Recently a discrete Fourier transform-method of moments (DFT-MoM) scheme was developed for fast analysis of electrically large rectangular planar dipole arrays, which has been shown to be very efficient in terms of number reduction of unknown variables and computational complexity. The applications of this DFT-MoM to treat dipole arrays printed on a grounded dielectric substrate are examined in this Letter. Numerical results are presented to validate its efficiency and accuracy. (C) 2002 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


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H. Chou, H. Ko, H. Ö. Aydın Çivi, and V. B. ERTÜRK, “Applications of hybrid discrete Fourier transform-moment method to the fast analysis of large rectangular dipole arrays printed on a thin grounded dielectric substrate,” MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS, pp. 203–207, 2002, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: