MATLAB-Based 3-D MoM and FDTD codes for the RCS analysis of realistic objects
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CitationSefer, A., Uslu, M. A., & Sevgi, L. (2015). MATLAB-Based 3-D MoM and FDTD codes for the RCS analysis of realistic objects. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, 57(4), 122-148.
Three-dimensional (3-D) MAT-LAB-based codes are developed for radar cross-section (RCS) modeling and simulation (MODSIM) using method of moments (MoM) and finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) approaches. Any object can realistically and comparatively be investigated. Electrical engineering education and training necessities electromagnetic (EM) MODSIM approaches –. Modeling and simulation has long been discussed in this magazine both as feature articles and as tutorials in this column. Multipurpose two-dimensional (2-D) FDTD-based education/training tools have been developed and shared with the reader , . A series of articles – discussed RCS modeling and simulation and presented 3-D FDTD-based RCS packages. Finally, MATLAB-based 2-D FDTD codes were introduced to the use of the reader who is interested in EM MODSIM.