Incorporation of Kramers-Kronig relationships in the derivation of network representations for modeling and characterizing anisotropic materials

Abstract

At high frequencies, wave-matter interactions have to be taken into account and the dielectric permittivity can be no longer considered as a constant when scanning a wide frequency band. In this context, broadband measurements will be additionally helpful to develop realistic and suitable models. Kramers-Kronig relationships are seen as efficient tool to derive broad-band equivalent network representations particularly useful for efficiently introducing material anisotropy in time and frequency domains electromagnetic simulation solvers.

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@article{Bajon2015IncorporationOK, title={Incorporation of Kramers-Kronig relationships in the derivation of network representations for modeling and characterizing anisotropic materials}, author={Damienne Bajon and S{\'e}bastien Massenot and Sidina Wane}, journal={2015 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA)}, year={2015}, pages={1558-1559} }