## Analysis methods for electromagnetic wave problems, Volume 2Here are the newest methods for using computers to design linear antennas and microwave printed circuits. Learn how to use supercomputers to apply the FD-TD and the FE methods, and how to develop computation programs. Includes the methods of antenna analysis with integral equation, physical optics approximation, electromagnetic wave scattering due to random surface, eigen function expansion, and rectangular boundary division. Features practice problems and answers, plus examples of actual calculation programs. With 132 diagrams and 1121 equations. |

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### Contents

Finite Difference TimeDomain Method | 39 |

Antenna Analysis Using Integral Equations | 75 |

Physical Optics | 131 |

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Analysis Methods for Electromagnetic Wave Problems, Volume 2 Eikichi Yamashita No preview available - 1990 |

Analysis Methods for Electromagnetic Wave Problems, Volume 1 Eikichi Yamashita No preview available - 1990 |

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