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Hallen's integral equation for cylindrical antennas is modified to deal with finite gap excitation. Because it is based on more realistic modeling, the solution is more accurate, and the convergence is guaranteed. The new equation is written with a new excitation function dependent on the gap width. The moment method analysis is presented where the piecewise sinusoidal surface current functions are used in Galerkin's procedure. Total, external and internal current distributions can be determined. Numerical results for cylindrical antennas with wide variety of gap width and radius are shown, and are compared with the numerical results by the Pocklington type integral equation and those by measurement.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications Vol.E82-B No.12 pp.2145-2152

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- 1999/12/25

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- PAPER

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- Antennas and Propagation

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Di WU, Naoki INAGAKI, Nobuyoshi KIKUMA, "Hallen Type Integral Equation for Cylindrical Antennas with Finite Gap Excitation" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications,
vol. E82-B, no. 12, pp. 2145-2152, December 1999, doi: .

Abstract: Hallen's integral equation for cylindrical antennas is modified to deal with finite gap excitation. Because it is based on more realistic modeling, the solution is more accurate, and the convergence is guaranteed. The new equation is written with a new excitation function dependent on the gap width. The moment method analysis is presented where the piecewise sinusoidal surface current functions are used in Galerkin's procedure. Total, external and internal current distributions can be determined. Numerical results for cylindrical antennas with wide variety of gap width and radius are shown, and are compared with the numerical results by the Pocklington type integral equation and those by measurement.

URL: https://global.ieice.org/en_transactions/communications/10.1587/e82-b_12_2145/_p

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