RCS Simulation and Measurement Studies of Microwave Dipoles for Chaff Applications
Keywords:Chaff, RCS, mutual coupling, polarization, dipole
In this paper, monostatic RCS performance studies were carried out for metalized glass dipoles. RCS modelling and simulation
has been carried out for array of dipoles which is followed by the RCS measurement in anechoic chamber at 3-8 GHz. Good agreement in the simulations and measurements has been observed which validates the comparison criteria and also the performance of dipoles for application as chaff material.
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