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An extension of the lumped-network FDTD method to linear two-port lumped circuits
The lumped-network finite-difference time-domain (LN-FDTD) technique is an extension of the conventional finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method that allows the systematic incorporation of linearExpand
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On the Equivalence of Several FDTD Formulations for Modeling Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Double-Negative Metamaterials
Recently, several approaches have been proposed to incorporate double-negative media into finite-difference time-domain simulators. In this letter, a rigorous comparative study of the formulationExpand
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The 1D ADI-FDTD Method in Lossy Media
A stability and numerical dispersion analysis for the one-dimensional alternating-direction implicit finite-difference time-domain method in lossy media is presented. To conduct a general study, theExpand
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Combining the FDTD Method and Rational-Fitting Techniques for Modeling Active Devices Characterized by Measured $S$ -Parameters
Most extensions of the original finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method to incorporate lumped components are based on equivalent-circuit models. However, for active components, most manufacturersExpand
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FDTD Modeling of Chiral Media by Using the Mobius Transformation Technique
This letter introduces a new technique for finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) modeling of electromagnetic wave propagation in frequency-dispersive chiral media. First, Maxwell's curl equations areExpand
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Educational computer simulations for visualizing and understanding the interaction of electromagnetic waves with metamaterials
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In contrast to ordinary materials, metamaterials show interesting properties that are not found in nature. Expand
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Stability and Accuracy of a Finite-Difference Time-Domain Scheme for Modeling Double-Negative Media With High-Order Rational Constitutive Parameters
This paper introduces an extension of the original finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method for modeling double-negative media characterized by high-order frequency-dependent permittivity andExpand
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An Efficient 2D ADI-FDTD Modeling of High-Order, Frequency-Dependent Media
The alternating-direction implicit finite-difference time-domain (ADI-FDTD) method is extended for modeling the propagation of transverse-electric waves in high-order, frequency-dependent media.Expand
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Analysis of Two Alternative ADI-FDTD Formulations for Transverse-Electric Waves in Lossy Materials
A numerical dispersion analysis of the alternating-direction implicit finite-difference time-domain method for transverse-electric waves in lossy materials is presented. Two differentExpand
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FDTD Modeling of Double Negative Metamaterials Characterized by High-Order Frequency-Dispersive Constitutive Parameters
This paper presents an extension of this formulation that makes the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method suitable for the modeling of high-order dispersive double negative (DNG) media. TheExpand
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