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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)
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.
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)