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Time-Domain Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Hybrid Systemsby Wenquan Sui
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As wireless and telecommunications technologies evolve, essential high-frequency, compact electronic devices with increasing functionalities become focused topics in both academia and industry. Nonlinear hybrid electromagnetic systems are now widely used in RF/MMIC and optoelectronic circuits, where time-domain approaches for nonlinear systems have proved to be both effective and necessary. Incorporating the latest research results, this book provides a novel approach to circuit and field cosimulation. It bridges field and circuit solvers via a newly developed equivalent model. It forms a reference valuable to researchers, EDA developers, and practicing engineers.
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Presents techniques for the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) cosimulation of hybrid electromagnetic systems. The approach integrates time-domain field solutions, analog circuit analysis, and a lumped-in-nature foreign system into a unified solution scheme. The author first explains the basis of solving full-wave field equations and lumped circuits, and reviews electromagnetic theory, the finite- difference method, and the SPICE circuit simulator. Later chapters apply the circuit-field and multiport cosimulation models to some high frequency circuits, and extend the FDTD analysis technique to nonlinear optical systems.
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