The combination of the uniform geometric theory of diffraction and the method of moments is a useful tool for analyzing electromagnetic fields. Many problems in analysis cannot be examined either by the uniform geometric theory of diffraction or by the method of moments. In combining both it is possible to solve a lot of these problems. In this paper, special attention is given to the use of this combination for near-field analysis.
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