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Synthèse de sources rayonnantes large bande, par la méthode TLM inverse

Abstract : This thesis deals with wide-band electromagnetic (EM) source synthesis, by Reversed-TLM (Transmission Line Matrix) method. The work is particularly focused on wide-band applications. The main objective is to use the time reversal wave theory in order to develop a new simulation tool, which can synthesize an unknown source distribution from a far-field radiation pattern. Wave time-reversal is numerically simulated by 3D Reversed-TLM method, in based on symmetrical condensed nodes (SCN). Our method is first applied to lumped sources, transmitting wide band signals in the frequency range [26GHz - 34 GHz], placed in a lossless, homogeneous and non-dispersive 3D free-space. Source reconstruction results show that by using this method, the “classical” half-wavelength resolution limit is overcome. The synthesis of 1D and 2D secondary sources, induced on metallic antenna surfaces are also studied. These studies resulted in the development of a new simulation tool, based on a hybrid TLM-analytical method. Reversed - TLM method is then applied for synthesizing a monopole antenna from its measured far-field radiation pattern. Initial source orientation and localization are found. Advantages and limitations of this technique are discussed.
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Alina Ungureanu. Synthèse de sources rayonnantes large bande, par la méthode TLM inverse. Autre. Université de Grenoble, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011GRENT108⟩. ⟨tel-00767009⟩



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