Modeling of Millimeter-Wave Microstructure Discontinuities on Anisotropic Substrates.
Final progress rept. 1 Sep 92-31 Aug 96,
SOUTH CAROLINA UNIV COLUMBIA DEPT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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This report contains a brief summary of accomplishments achieved under ARO sponsored research into the formulation and numerical analysis of discontinuity problems in MICs that are printed on anisotropic substrates. Complete listing of research publications is provided which detail advances made in three technical areas during the course of the research project. Specifically, the cited references point to the reports on a block transfer matrix method for MICs on multi layered anisotropic substrates, new method of lines formulation for materials with dielectric and magnetic tensor properties and a new enhanced spatial network approach to numerical analysis of MIC discontinuities in the time domain.
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