The application of network-oriented modeling for radiating electromagnetic structures is investigated. Network methods are applied to the field problem using the segmentation technique and by specifying canonical Foster representations as compact models of reciprocal linear lossless electromagnetic structures. Connection between different subdomains is obtained via connection circuits exhibiting only ideal transformers. In the case of radiating structures, the complete structure is embedded into a sphere and the field outside the sphere is expanded into orthogonal spherical TM- and TE- waves. For each radiation mode a Cauer canonic circuit representation is given.
radiating electromagnetic structures, canonical Foster representation, Cauer canonic circuit
RUSSER, PETER (2002) "Network--Oriented Modeling of Radiating Electromagnetic Structures," Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences: Vol. 10: No. 2, Article 4. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/elektrik/vol10/iss2/4