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Used FDTD method with PML and Mur ABC to calculate effective dielectric constant

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The absorbing boundary conditions (ABCs) are essential to terminate the computational space when the finite difference time-domain (FDTD) method is applied to analyze electromagnetic (EM) problems. In this paper, we used two kinds of ABCs to calculate effective dielectric constant of a microstrip. The comparison of these results has shown the advantage and disadvantage of these two ABCs

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Environmental Electromagnetics, 2000. CEEM 2000. Proceedings. Asia-Pacific Conference on

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