The numerical solutions for the RCS of a microstrip patch on an in-plane biased ferrite substrate are presented. The peaks in the RCS can be moved with respect to frequency by changing the magnetic bias field. We consider a monostatic RCS with various incident angles and examine all four elements of the cross-section matrix. For the case of an unmagnetized ferrite substrate the cross-polarized RCS components are zero. When the ferrite is magnetized, the cross-polarized RCS components become as significant as do the copolarized RCS components. It is also shown that a loaded patch has the effect of significantly reducing RCS at resonances. The analysis used is based on a full-wave moment method with the exact spectral-domain Green's function.
Lee, Byungje and Harackiewicz, Frances J. "The RCS of a Microstrip Antenna on an In-Plane Biased Ferrite Substrate." (Feb 1996).