CST – Computer Simulation Technology

State of the Art and the Future in Modelling RF Components

Title:
State of the Art and the Future in Modelling RF Components
Author(s):
Thomas Weiland, Irina Munteanu
Source:
First European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, 2006. EuCAP 2006.
Vol./Issue/Date:
1st January 0001
Year:
2006
Abstract:
Computer modeling of RF-components has a long history and has now become an integral part of many research and development activities at universities, research laboratories and in industry. A wide range of numerical methods has been developed, including volumetric discretization methods (FE: Finite Elements, FD: Finite Difference, FI: Finite Integration, FV: Finite Volume, TLM: Transmission Line Method, etc.) and surface discretization methods (BEM: Boundary Element Method, MM: Moment Method: MM: Multipole Method, etc.). With the large variety of mthods, many of which have reached a mature stage, it becomes more and more important to select the right lgorithm for a given application. This report will present an overview of the state of the art of modeling RF-components, attempt to classify algorithms according to their effectiveness for different applications, and finally, discuss future trends in the field.
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