NEW ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES.

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Abstract

A number of canonical problems that describe coupling through apertures into enclosed regions have been solved. The scattering data generated by these cavity-backed aperture (CBA) solutions share a common property: they are dominated by resonance features closely connected to the presence of the cavity. The behavior of these CBA resonance features is described for variations in frequencies, angles of incidence, look angles, aperture sizes, and interior object characteristics. It is demonstrated that standard bistatic cross-sections contain information about the interior of the cavity.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationStudies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
EditorsT. Berceli
PublisherElsevier Science Publ, Amsterdam, Neth & New
Pages707-709
Number of pages3
ISBN (Print)0444989862
StatePublished - 1986
Externally publishedYes

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Ziolkowski, R. W. (1986). NEW ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES. In T. Berceli (Ed.), Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (pp. 707-709). Elsevier Science Publ, Amsterdam, Neth & New.

NEW ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES. / Ziolkowski, Richard W.

Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. ed. / T. Berceli. Elsevier Science Publ, Amsterdam, Neth & New, 1986. p. 707-709.

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Ziolkowski, RW 1986, NEW ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES. in T Berceli (ed.), Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Elsevier Science Publ, Amsterdam, Neth & New, pp. 707-709.
Ziolkowski RW. NEW ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES. In Berceli T, editor, Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. Elsevier Science Publ, Amsterdam, Neth & New. 1986. p. 707-709
Ziolkowski, Richard W. / NEW ELECTROMAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH CAVITY-BACKED APERTURES. Studies in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. editor / T. Berceli. Elsevier Science Publ, Amsterdam, Neth & New, 1986. pp. 707-709
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