Perfectly matched layers in transmission lines
The field distribution at the ports of the transmission line structure is computed by applying Maxwell’s equations to the structure and solving a sequence of eigenvalue problems of modified matrices. A new strategy is described which allows the application of the method, first developed for microwave structures, to optoelectronic devices.
KeywordsEigenvalue Problem Transmission Line Perfectly Match Layer Absorb Boundary Condition Coplanar Waveguide
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