Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures in Antenna Engineering by Fan Yang

By Fan Yang

This entire, applications-oriented survey of the state-of-the paintings in Electromagnetic Band hole (EBG) engineering explains the idea, research, and layout of EBG buildings. It allows you to comprehend EBG purposes in antenna engineering via an abundance of novel antenna recommendations, a wealth of functional examples, and entire layout info. you find a personalised FDTD approach to EBG research, for which actual and effective electromagnetic software program is provided (www.cambridge.org/9780521889919) to supply you with a robust computational engine on your EBG designs. the 1st booklet masking EBG buildings and their antenna functions, this offers a dynamic source for engineers, and researchers and graduate scholars operating in antennas, electromagnetics and microwaves.

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The stability condition remains unchanged regardless of the horizontal wavenumber (kx ) or incident angle, as expressed below: 1 c t ≤√ . 925 × 10−12 (seconds) is used in FDTD simulation for all different kx values. Therefore, this approach has a good computational efficiency. Especially for large incident angles, the time step size of the constant kx method is three orders greater than the split-field method. 5 A unified approach: hybrid FDTD/ARMA method The periodic boundary condition based on the constant kx method is applicable for both the guided wave analysis and scattering calculation, as demonstrated in the previous two sections.

21), we have, wave in the absorbing medium. 26) where θ is the incident angle. 18), the magnetic field in the lossy uniaxial medium is: H 2 = zˆ H0 e−jk1x x−jk1x y e−σx xη0 cos θ . 27) As expected, the field decays exponentially as it propagates along the x direction. The above derivation for the yz plane interface is repeated for interfaces located on xy and xz planes. 28) 0  0 0 sx 0 0 sz−1 0 0 sy sx = 1 + σx , jωε0 sy = 1 + σy , jωε0 sz = 1 + σz . 15). Similarly, (σ x = 0, σ y , σ z = 0) and (σ x = 0, σ y = 0, σ z ) are assigned progressively increasing for PML walls along ± y axes and ± z axes, respectively.

7. An alternative way to state the question is at a given propagation constant kx find the corresponding eigen-frequencies of surface waves. For example, if we set kx to 600 radian/m in Fig. 19 GHz, respectively. Since the FDTD method is a time domain method that covers a wideband frequency in a single simulation, it is preferable to use the latter statement as a goal to analyze waveguide problems. 39) is directly used in the simulation process. After the time domain simulation arrives at a steady state, the Fourier transform is performed and the eigen-frequencies can be identified from the spikes in the frequency spectrum.

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