Parametric modeling of radiation patterns and scattering parameters of antennas

Mutonkole, Ngoy ; Samuel, Elizabeth Rita ; De Villiers, Dirk I. L. ; Dhaene, Tom (2016)

CITATION: Mutonkole, N., et al. 2016. Parametric modeling of radiation patterns and scattering parameters of antennas. EEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 64(3):1023-1031, doi:10.1109/TAP.2016.2521883.

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This paper describes a data-driven method to model the radiation patterns (over a large angular region) and scattering parameters of antennas as a function of the geometry of the antenna. The radiation pattern model consists of a linear combination of characteristic basis function patterns (CBFPs), where the expansion coefficients of the CBFPs are functions of geometrical features of the antenna. Scattering parameters are modeled by means of parameterized state-space matrices. The obtained models are quick to evaluate and are thus suitable for design activities where multiple simulations are required. The proposed method is validated through illustrative examples.

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