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Title: A non-resonant approach for dielectric constant reconstructions via Newton iterations
Authors: Özkal, Ceren
Yaman, Fatih
Keywords: Dielectric constant
Least squares method
Newton–Raphson method
Power measurements
Inverse problems
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: In this study, a Newton–Raphson-based iterative method has been proposed to obtain dielectric constants accurately from measurements. The originalities of the approach lie in its applicability at non-resonant frequencies, which brings a significant experimental simplicity by avoiding critical coupling, expansion of available frequencies in different bands with the same cost-efficient low-Q (?60) cavity. The direct problem involves either measuring power values inside a cavity (14.6 × 5 × 20.6) cm via a spectrum analyzer or simulating the complete setup via CST-MWS software at one of the non-resonant modes, 1.5 GHz. The solution to the inverse problem provides fastly converging results with an error rate of 1% for the unknown permittivities. The experiments were carried out using five different liquid samples even though the proposed technique does not have a limitation on solid materials. Applicability and the effectiveness of the introduced method is illustrated in detail and comparisons with the perturbation method is provided. © 2023 Elsevier GmbH
ISSN: 1434-8411
Appears in Collections:Electrical - Electronic Engineering / Elektrik - Elektronik Mühendisliği
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