This paper presents a new “full-Maxwell” transmission line model for the analysis of the response of terminated multiconductor lines of finite length to high frequency electromagnetic fields. The model is essentially based on a mathematical procedure involving Fourier series transformation. Such procedure allows to solve the integro-differential system describing the problem with faster performances with respect to more classical “full-Maxwell” approaches, such as MOM, for a given accuracy. First results, obtained on a single conductor line, have shown that the model correctly handles line configurations where ends and radiation effects cannot be neglected.

A full-Maxwell formulation for the high frequency analysis of finite terminated multiconductor transmission lines

DELFINO, FEDERICO;PROCOPIO, RENATO;ROSSI, MANSUETO;GIRDINIO, PAOLA
2004

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This paper presents a new “full-Maxwell” transmission line model for the analysis of the response of terminated multiconductor lines of finite length to high frequency electromagnetic fields. The model is essentially based on a mathematical procedure involving Fourier series transformation. Such procedure allows to solve the integro-differential system describing the problem with faster performances with respect to more classical “full-Maxwell” approaches, such as MOM, for a given accuracy. First results, obtained on a single conductor line, have shown that the model correctly handles line configurations where ends and radiation effects cannot be neglected.
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