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IDAuthors and TitlePages
9.Cnf-41 Mr. Gubran M. Kubati and Prof. Nihad Dib, Synthesis of Antenna Arrays Using Central Force Optimization1-6
9.Cnf-42 Mr. Mohammad R. Rawasjdeh and Prof. Nihad Dib, Full Wave Analysis of Circular Guiding Structures Using One and Two Dimensional Finite Difference Frequency Domain Method7-12
9.Cnf-52 Mr. Ahmad A. Sulaiman, Prof. Mohd F. Ain, Prof. Syed I. Hassan, Dr. Ali Othman, Mr. M. A. Othman, Mr. R. A. Majid, Mr. M. Z. Saidin, Mr. M. H. Hamid, Mr. J. Sulaiman, Dr. Zuhani I. Khan, Mrs. Noor H. Baba, Dr. Mohamad H. Jusoh and Dr. Robiatun A. Awang, Analysis of K-Band Microstrip BPF13-16
9.Cnf-53 Mr. Ahmad A. Sulaiman, Prof. Mohd F. Ain, Prof. Syed I. Hassan, Dr. Ali Othman, Mr. M. A. Othman, Mr. R. A. Majid, Mr. M. Z. Saidin, Mr. M. H. Hamid, Dr. Mohamad H. Jusoh, Dr. Zuhani I. Khan, Mrs. Noor H. Baba, Mr. S. S. Sohaimi, Mr. Z. Awang, Dr. Robiatun A. Awang, Mr. M. Esa and Mr. M. Yahya, A Broadband Patch Antenna Using Proximity-Coupled Approach17-20
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Title Full Wave Analysis of Circular Guiding Structures Using One and Two Dimensional Finite Difference Frequency Domain Method
Authors Mr. Mohammad R. Rawasjdeh, , ,
Prof. Nihad Dib, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan
Abstract In this paper, a general full wave, one and two dimensional, finite difference frequency domain method "1D and 2D FDFD" is presented to analyze different circular guiding structures, such as: coaxial lines, circular waveguides, cylindrical microstrip line and coupled microstrip lines. 1D-2FDFD, 1D-3FDFD and 2D-6FDFD equations are used to get the dispersion curves for these structures. The results which are obtained after solving these FDFD equations come through solving an eigen-value problem, where the obtained eigenvalues and eigen- vectors are used to produce the propagation constants, distribution of the fields and the characteristic impedance for these structures. The FDFD results are compared with those obtained through other analytical and numerical techniques.
Track MAP: Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
Conference 2nd International Conference on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (MIC-CPE 2009), 6-8 February 2009, Amman, Jordan
Pages 7-12
Topics Wave Propagation
Electromagnetics Computations
ISSN 2227-331X
Paper Views 218 Paper Views Rank 21/452
Paper Downloads 139 Paper Downloads Rank 26/452