NUMERICALLY EFFICIENT ANALYSIS OF PRINTED STRUCTURES IN CYLINDRICALLY LAYERED MEDIA USING CLOSED-FORM GREEN'S FUNCTIONS

2008-07-11
A hybrid method to calculate mutual coupling of electric or magnetic current elements on a cylindrically layered structure using MoM is presented. For the calculation of the MoM matrix entries, when rho = rho', if phi is not close to phi', the closed-form Greenpsilas functions are employed. When phi is close to phi', since the spectral-domain Greenpsilas functions do not converge, MoM matrix elements are calculated in the spectral domain. The technique is applied to both microstriplines and slots placed on a layered cylindrical structure. The computational efficiency of the analysis of mutual coupling of printed elements on a cylindrically layered structure is increased with the use of proposed hybrid method due to use of closed-form Greenpsilas functions. Beside the presented geometries used in the analysis, multilayer coupling geometries such as slot-coupled microstrip patch antennas and slot antenna with microstrip feeding can also be analyzed.

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Citation Formats
R. C. Acar and M. G. Dural Ünver, “NUMERICALLY EFFICIENT ANALYSIS OF PRINTED STRUCTURES IN CYLINDRICALLY LAYERED MEDIA USING CLOSED-FORM GREEN’S FUNCTIONS,” 2008, p. 4419, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/62490.