A hybrid technique for combining moment methods with the geometrical theory of diffraction

@inproceedings{Thiele1975AHT,
  title={A hybrid technique for combining moment methods with the geometrical theory of diffraction},
  author={Gary A. Thiele and T. Newhouse},
  year={1975}
}
A technique for combining moment methods with the geometrical theory of diffraction (GTD) is presented, which permits the application of the method of moments to a larger class of problems. The fundamental idea used to develop the hybrid technique is to modify the usual impedance matrix that characterizes, for example, a wire antenna such that a metallic body or discontinuity on that body is properly accounted for. It is shown in general that one can modify the impedance matrix for any basis… CONTINUE READING

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