

ElectroDynamic Systems Software Scientific^{TM} Antenna Systems Research^{TM} Radiolocation Systems Research^{TM} Antenna array Complex directional antenna consists of separate nearomnidirectional antennas (radiating elements) positioned in the space and driven by highfrequency … (from 'Glossary' of our web–site) 
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Search on siteUse tags cloud or enter into field a search phrase and choose section of search. ... contours. In our example, as it is seen from the figure, a rectangular isosceles triangle becomes
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. Applying the classical Fourier method to this boundary problem, i.e representing the function in question in the form:
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we can obtain the following ... ... boundary problem. We can divide the surrounding contour into segments, which obviously leads to the increase in the number of boundary problems to be solved. It can be avoided by using GFM.
If the function in question is represented as:
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the equation ...
Modified: 05/13/2004
Tags: Fourier , waveguide , triangular , boundary problems Path: Home / Publications / Articles ... physical processes often involves search for analytic solutions to the boundary value problems of mathematical physics. From this viewpoint, the use of the variable separation method is one of possible ways of this search. The wellstudied classical Fourier method allows obtaining analytic solutions to partial differential equations satisfying a limited number of kinds of boundary conditions. The internal boundary value problems for a rectangular domain, which cannot be solved by variable separation ...
Modified: 03/22/2004
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