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Wavelet-based moment method analysis of Horn Antenna for millimeter-wave applications

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3 Author(s)
M. Lashab ; Electronics department, Skikda University, Algeria ; C. Zebiri ; F. Benabdelaziz

Horn antenna for millimeter-wave application has been analyzed by two methods, the first one is an asymptotic one which is the aperture integration based on the geometrical optics (GO), the second one is a numerical method based on the well known moment method and improved by wavelets. The aim of this work is first to introduce the application of wavelet in electromagnetic scattering, secondly a comparison of the two method of analysis is presented to show the limit of use of the asymptotic method an to emphasize on the fact that moment method is an exact method which is improved by the introduction of wavelet by reduction of both memory space and processing time, this is illustrated in this work.

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Multimedia Computing and Systems, 2009. ICMCS '09. International Conference on

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2-4 April 2009