The higher-order characteristic basis function method (HO-CBFM) is clearly formulated. HO-CBFM provides results accurately even if a block division is arbitrary. The HO-CBFM combined with a volume integral equation (VIE) is used in the analysis of various antennas in the vicinity of a dielectric object. The results of the numerical analysis show that the HO-CBFM can reduce the CPU time while still achieving the desired accuracy.
- Higher-order characteristic basis function method
- Method of moments (MoM)
- Volume integral equation
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- Computer Networks and Communications
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering