5th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, March 20-24, 1989, Conference Proceedings
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Contents: General Purpose Electromagnetic Codes; Comparison of Antenna and Scattering Patterns by the NEC and ESP Codes; Junction: A Computer Code for the Computation of Radiation and Scattering by Arbitrary Conducting Wire/Surface Configurations; Microwave Circuits; Three-Dimensional Full-Wave Analysis of Passive Microstrip Components Using the TLM Method; The Field Theoretic MMIC Computation Enhanced by the Variational Principle; The Dispersion Characteristics of the FD-TD Method in Cylindrical Waveguides; Electromagnetic Compatibility and Interference; Scattering from Cylindrical Dielectric Slabs: A Method of Moments Approach; Radar Cross Section Calculation of Partially Coated Conducting Bodies; Calculation of Admittance of Slots on a Body of Revolution using the Method of Moments; Electromagnetic Code Validation by the Infrared Measurement Method; Finite Differences and Finite Elements; Simple Method to Compute the Current Distribution, Input Impedance and Efficiency of Thick Unloaded and Loaded Dipole Antennas; Four-Element Monopole Array; Analysis of Microstrip Antennas using the TLM Method; A New Fast Fourier Integral Transform: Rediscovering the Significance of Lanczos Sigma Effect Multipliers as a Digital Finite Impulse Response Windows in the Frequency Domain; Implementation and Performance of MMP Programs on Transputers; and Input/Output and Interface Issues. Symposia.
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