The great variety of devices in need of electromagnetic simulation has led, over the years, to the development of an almost as great variety of solutions. For each device, there is probably one method that provides the quickest, most accurate results. The goal of this paper is to discuss applications for which time domain simulations are not only well suited, but perhaps even the only successfully applicable approach.
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