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Meander Delay Line Challenge Problem: A Comparison Using FDTD, FEM and MOM Techniques

Published

Author(s)

Alpesh Bhobe, Christopher L. Holloway, Melinda Piket-May

Abstract

Full wave finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) and a simplified 1D- finite-difference time-domain technique using the multi-conductor transmission line equations are applied to a delay line to determine its propagation characteristics. The output volatge waveform is calculated using the two methods and the results are compared to those obtained by two commercially available finite element codes and two method of moment codes. Radiated fields from this structure are also included for the different numerical approaches.
Proceedings Title
2001 IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Symp.
Conference Dates
August 13-17, 2001
Conference Location
Montreal

Keywords

delay line, finite elements (FEM), finite-deference time-domain (FDTD), method of moments (MOM), numerical modeling

Citation

Bhobe, A. , Holloway, C. and Piket-May, M. (2001), Meander Delay Line Challenge Problem: A Comparison Using FDTD, FEM and MOM Techniques, 2001 IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Symp., Montreal, -1 (Accessed February 29, 2024)
Created August 13, 2001, Updated June 2, 2021