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TLM time-domain modelling and the use of windowing profiles for frequency-domain transformations applied to microwave cavity resonators

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2 Author(s)
L. Albasha ; Leeds Univ., UK ; C. M. Snowden

This paper presents developments made to the TLM method in the time to frequency-domain transformation of the impulse response solution. An improvement to the technique by which the three-dimensional TLM time-domain method is post-processed is presented. It is shown that the selective choice of a particular data windowing profile plays a significant role in the accuracy of the results, clarity of output response and the extraction of the S-parameters

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Computation in Electromagnetics, Third International Conference on (Conf. Publ. No. 420)

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10-12 Apr 1996