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Experimental Verification of the Recursive T-Matrix Method Solutions at Microwave Frequencies

ABSTRACT:

We present an experimental verification of the recursive T-matrix technique (RTM), which is a common methodology for solving electromagnetic scattering from multiple scatterers. This is finished using an antenna and propagation model uniquely suited for T-matrices and network analyzer measurements. In the experiments, we use a multistatic system to live the scattering from collections of objects consisting of conducting or dielectric spheres, furthermore conducting cylinders. In simulation, we calculate the scattering from the objects using the RTM and additional predict the transition parameters expected between the receivers and also the transmitter in the measurement setup employing a propagation model. The expected and measured values of the transmission parameters are compared, and thereby used to verify the recursive T-matrix algorithm. Sensible agreement observed in these results provides experimental validation of the RTM.


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