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An iterative physical optics approach for analyzing the electromagnetic scattering by large open-ended cavities
A formulation based on the high frequency asymptotic principles of physical optics is developed for analyzing the scattering by relatively arbitrary open-ended waveguide cavities containing complexExpand
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Novel Gaussian beam method for the rapid analysis of large reflector antennas
A relatively fast and simple method utilizing Gaussian beams (GBs) is developed which requires only a few seconds on a workstation to compute the near/far fields of electrically large reflectorExpand
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Loop star basis functions and a robust preconditioner for EFIE scattering problems
An electric field integral equation (EFIE) formulation using the loop-star basis functions has been developed for modeling plane wave scattering from perfect conducting objects. A stability analysisExpand
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Iterative Physical Optics for Radar Scattering Predictions
─ The iterative physical optics (IPO) method is applied to compute the radar cross section of electrically large and realistically complex targets. The method is based on iterative refinement of theExpand
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Efficient method of moments formulation for large PEC scattering problems using asymptotic phasefront extraction (APE)
A method is introduced for reducing the exorbitant dependence on computer storage and solution time in the method of moments (MoM) for electrically large electromagnetic (EM) scattering problems. TheExpand
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Modal, ray, and beam techniques for analyzing the EM scattering by open-ended waveguide cavities
The problem of high-frequency electromagnetic scattering by open-ended waveguide cavities with an interior termination is analyzed via three different approaches. When cavities can be adequatelyExpand
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A Numerical Study of the Retrieval of Sea Surface Height Profiles From Low Grazing Angle Radar Data
A numerical study of the retrieval of sea surface height profiles from low grazing angle radar observations is described. Expand
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Item-Level RFID Tag Location Sensing Utilizing Reader Antenna Spatial Diversity
A robust estimation procedure for sensing the locations of passive UHF radio frequency identification (RFID) tags is introduced based on spatial deployment of the reader antennas for maximum signalExpand
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Spectral acceleration of the generalized forward-backward method
The generalized forward-backward (GFB) method was introduced as an iterative method of moments solution to compute the electromagnetic scattering from targets on ocean-like rough surfaces. In thisExpand
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