In this paper, we implement a scheme for model synthesis of reflector antennas that radiate pulsed and monochromatic electromagnetic waves. This scheme is based on the application of the methods of geometrical optics to construction of antenna models, electrodynamic characteristics of which are then calculated and optimized within the framework of rigorous time-domain techniques. We consider in detail one type of axially symmetric antennas and present some new physical results of practical interest.
- Axially symmetric reflector antenna
- initial boundary value problem
- exact absorbing condition
- directional pattern
- pulsed directional pattern
- 'ideal' pulse antenna