Radar cross-section of self-similar planar targets

Radar cross-section of self-similar planar targets

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An efficient numerical method is proposed for analysing the electromagnetic scattering on self-similar targets. This method consists of a recursive process based on a scale changing technique and is well-adapted to the computation of the electromagnetic scattering of planar multi-scale objects. As an example the radar cross-section of a log-periodic distribution of metallic rings is presented and discussed.


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