A Procedure for Primary-Field Compensation in the Problems of Radiowave Diagnostics of Media Using Linear Antennas
A possibility of radio-wave diagnostics of plane-stratified media using a single linear antenna and primaryfield compensation in the microwave range (300 MHz) is analyzed. The antenna-coupled impedance of the monitored medium is investigated numerically taking into account primary-field compensation. The investigations are performed for three-layer dielectric media as a function of their dielectric properties, level of field compensation, and antenna position with respect to the air-medium boundary.
Keywordslinear antenna stratified medium ferrite circulator coupled impedance radiowave diagnostics
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