Two reflector non symmetric shaped antenna systems
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CitationHasanoğlu, E. (2000). Two reflector non-symmetric shaped antenna systems. Paper presented at the International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET 2000), 1, 267-269 vol.1. doi:10.1109/MMET.2000.888578
Two reflector antenna systems with non symmetric reflecting surfaces under GO approximation are investigated. It is shown, that the problem of forming desired far field pattern leades to solving the system of partial differential equations with respect to mapping functions between wave fronts. One of these equations is non linear and expresses energy conversation law. It is shown that this equation can be solved separetly in the class of non smooth functions which has a discontinuty of first kind along a given curve.
SourceInternational Conference on Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory (MMET 2000)
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