Unconditionally Stable Associated Hermite FDTD With Plane Wave Incidence


In this letter, we have a tendency to developed a plane wave excitation formulation for the unconditionally stable Associated Hermite (AH) finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) technique. By using a plane wave injector, the amount electric and magnetic current densities in Maxwell's equations are expressed as an express kind in AH domain to represent the incident field. An AH transformation matrix is intended to efficiently evaluate the growth coefficients of the incidence plane wave at any point. Numerical example shows the results computed using the proposed formulation are in accordance with the solutions of the conventional FDTD technique.

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