Spectral domain formulation is provided for the analysis of rectangular stacked patches printed on a substrate characterized by dielectric and magnetic uniaxial anisotropy. Detailed analytical expressions of the dyadic Green’s functions are derived. Galerkin’s procedure is applied to solve the electric field integral equations, and the resonance characteristics are determined by solving the characteristic equation. Numerical results show that the influence of the magnetic anisotropy on the resonant frequencies is highly dependent on the permeability of the medium, where for a non-magnetic medium, the impact of the existing anisotropy was found negligible. However, for a magnetic medium, the anisotropy has a large impact on the resonant frequencies. Moreover, the influence of each of the components of the permeability tensor has been also reported.
Journal of Computational Electronics – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 17, 2017
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