# rcs

Calculate and plot monostatic and bistatic radar cross section (RCS) of platform, antenna, or array

## Syntax

## Description

`rcs(`

plots the monostatic RCS of the platform, antenna, or array over a specified frequency. To
learn more about monostatic and bistatic RCS, see What Is RCS?.`object`

,`frequency`

)

`rcs(___,`

plots the
RCS with additional properties specified using one or more Name-Value Arguments. To plot a bistatic
RCS, specify the TransmitAngle name-value argument
as a 2-by-1 matrix with non-zero values.`Name=Value`

)

`[`

returns the RCS value and
corresponding azimuth and elevation angles using additional properties specified by one or
more name-value arguments. To calculate a bistatic RCS, specify the TransmitAngle name-value argument
as a 2-by-1 matrix. with non-zero values.`rcsval`

,`azimuth`

,`elevation`

]
= rcs(___,`Name=Value`

)

## Examples

## Input Arguments

## Output Arguments

## More About

## References

[1] Gurel, L., H. Bagrci, J. C.
Castelli, A. Cheraly, F. Tardivel. "Validation Through Comparison: Measurement and Calculation
of the Bistatic Radar Cross Section of a Stealth Target." *Radio Science*.
Vol. 38, Number 3, 2003, pp.12-1 - 12-8.

[2] Rao, S.M., D. R. Wilton, A. W.
Glisson. "Electromagnetic Scattering by Surfaces of Arbitrary Shape." *IEEE Trans.
Antennas and Propagation*. Vol. AP-30, Number 3, 1982, pp.409-418.

[3] Jakobus, U., F. M. Landstorfer.
"Improved PO-MM Formulation for Scattering from Three-Dimensional Perfectly Conducting Bodies
of Arbitrary Shape.." *IEEE Trans. Antennas and Propagation*. Vol. AP-43,
Number 2, 1995, pp.162-169.

## Version History

**Introduced in R2019b**