Wideband RCS Calculation Using Time-Domain Simulation and FFT
Application ID: 53621
This example model calculates the bistatic radar cross section (RCS) per unit length of a circle using the Electromagnetic Waves, Time Explicit physics interface. A 2D circle is excited by a 200 MHz sinusoidal signal modulated by a temporal Gaussian pulse. A wideband RCS frequency response around 200 MHz is obtained from Time Dependent and Time to Frequency FFT study steps.
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