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- T. Oguzer, F. Kuyucuoglu, I. Avgin, A. Altintas
- 2012 International Conference on Mathematical…
- 2012

We simulated arbitrary conic section profile and thin layer dielectric reflector using the Method of Analytical Regularization (MAR) techniques. The reflector is assumed to be illuminated by a complex source point type feed antenna in E-polarization mode. We obtained excellent accuracy and convergence of our simulation.

Analysis of an arbitrary-profile, cylindrical, impedance reflector surface illuminated by an E-polarized complex line source beam Fadil Kuyucuoglu, Taner Oğuzer, Ibrahim Avgin & Ayhan Altintas a Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey b Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir,… (More)

We introduce a continuum model for impurity modes of Frenkel excitons in fully occupied face-centered and body-centered cubic lattices with dipole-dipole interactions and parallel moments. In the absence of impurities, the model reproduces the small-k behavior found in numerical calculations of dipolar lattice sums. The exciton densities of states near the… (More)

We investigate localized states in one-dimensional Frenkel exciton systems that are created by a shift in the optical transition frequency of a single chromophore. In this paper, we focus on localized states lying below the exciton band that can act as exciton traps. A comparison is made between systems with infinite-range (r(-n), n = 2, 3, ...) transfer… (More)

- Fadil Kuyucuoglu, Taner Oguzer, Ibrahim Avgin
- 2014 International Conference on Mathematical…
- 2014

Parabolic conic section profile, cylindrical metamaterial reflector antenna radiation characteristic is analyzed by using the Method of Analytical Regularization (MAR) techniques. E polarized complex source point is located at the focal point is used to illuminate the antenna. Far field radiation patterns are obtained for metamaterial and dielectric cases.

- Taner Oguzer, Fadil Kuyucuoglu, Ibrahim Avgin, Ayhan Altintas
- 2014 International Conference on Mathematical…
- 2014

Arbitrary conic section profile and thin dielectric reflector is analyzed by using the Method of Analytical Regularization (MAR) technique based on Riemann-Hilbert problem and Fourier inversion procedures. The reflector surface is assumed to be illuminated by an H-polarized complex line source type feed antenna. The convergence of the solution is verified… (More)

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