## An Adaptive Time-Domain Integral Equation Method for Transient Analysis of Wire Scatterer

- Zhaoxiao Zhou, 1. Scott Tyo
- IEEE ANTENNNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION LETTERS…
- 2005

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- Published 2010 in Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on…

In this paper, the time domain integral equation (TDIE) method is presented to study scattering from helical antennas. By employing the moment method (MM) combining with marching on in time (MOT) procedure, one can easily solve the presented TDIE. Thus transient behaviours of the thin-wire antennas can be calculated. In this paper, numerical examples for helical antennas with incidence of different polarization directions are given and analysed. Also the effects of antenna height on the currents induced are considered, for both y-polarization and z-polarization incidence.

@article{He2010TransientRA,
title={Transient response analysis of helical antenna using TDIE method},
author={Qiong He and Bing Wei and Jie Li},
journal={Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Antennas, Propagation and EM Theory},
year={2010},
pages={848-851}
}