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The electromagnetic properties of microwave transmission lines can be described using Maxwell’s equations in the frequency domain. Applying a finite‐volume scheme results in an algebraic eigenvalue problem. In this paper an improved numerical computation of the eigenmodes is presented. Avoids...
Building on the Rayleigh‐Stevenson approach fictitious internal source distributions responsible for the leading near‐field contribution of the long wavelength scattering by a non‐dissipative dielectric prolate spheroid are derived. The equivalent multiline sources arising from every...
The paper presents the simplified model of the Class E inverter in which the MOSFET transistor is based on the piecewise‐linear (PWL) model. The model does not contain inductances. The PWL description makes it possible to obtain the model in the form of general closed formulae. The general...
The article deals with the search for the signals of the real source current or the real source voltage with the help of the || i ‐ i 0 || or || u 0 ‐ u ||→ min criteria. At the same time there, one must know the power flux between the source and the receiver. The problem is solved by means...
Self‐inductance calculations are presented for coils of modular construction. Individual modules have a fixed winding density, so that a complete multi‐module coil will be characterized by larger inter‐turn spacing at its extremities to provide suitable insulation strength under impulse...
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