A numerical solution for the dipole antenna with a bi-isotropic object in the vicinity is developed. This solution is based on the combined surface integral equation which could deal with homogeneous situation. A fields splitting scheme is deployed to circumvent the difficulties caused by the complexity of constitutive relationships of bi-isotropic materials. With the aids of MoM, a FORTRAN program can be developed. At the end of this paper, some numerical results are presented.
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