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Autor(en):
Fujii, Masafumi; Russer, Peter; Hoefer, Wolfgang J.R. 
Titel:
Numerical Modeling of an Optical Beam-Splitter by the Time-Domain Wavelet-Collocation Technique 
Abstract:
Biorthogonal interpolating functions have been applied to electromagnetic field modeling through the wavelet-collocation technique in the time domain, yielding a versatile first-principle algorithm for the solution of time dependent Maxwell's equations with inhomogeneous media. The resulting technique is rigorous and maintains high accuracy, while, by virtue of its sub-gridding capability, significant reduction of the computational requirement has been obtained particularly for the modeling of e...    »
 
Stichworte:
2D dielectric waveguide beam splitters, algorithm sub-gridding capability, biorthogonal interpolating functions, computational efficiency improvement, computational electromagnetics, computational requirement reduction, electrically large dielectric waveguides, electromagnetic field modeling, inhomogeneous media, interpolation, Maxwell equations, optical beam splitters, optical beam-splitter numerical modeling, optical waveguide system dimensions, optical waveguide theory, time dependent Maxwell...    »
 
Kongress- / Buchtitel:
14th International Conference on Microwaves, Radar and Wireless Communications (MIKON) 
Band / Teilband / Volume:
Verlagsort:
Gdańsk, Poland 
Jahr:
2002 
Monat:
may 
Seiten:
541--544