Description: The recursive-convolution solution for anisotropic and dispersive media was seen to yield accurate results for reflection from ferrite slabs up to a frequency limit set by the sampling interval. Depending on the application, the results shown might be considered usable up to about 300 GHz, which corresponds to about 13 cells per wavelength. Results at still higher frequencies might be usable when a time delay or frequency shift due to dispersion can be tolerated. Several different forms of the update equations were considered which can result from different approximations in reducing the continuous equations to discrete form.
Date: January 1, 1997
Creator: Burke, G.J. & Steich, D.J.
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