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Trapezoidal recursive convolution-based FDTD method for arbitrary-shaped dispersive materials

Trapezoidal recursive convolution-based FDTD method for arbitrary-shaped dispersive materials

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A trapezoidal recursive convolution (TRC) technique is one of the simple ways to incorporate dispersive models into the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The authors newly develop the TRC–FDTD method for the analysis of arbitrary-shaped dispersive materials using a dispersive contour-path algorithm. The accuracy of the present method is found to be the same as that using the Z-transform technique with reduced computational requirements.

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      • 9. Shibayama, J., Suzuki, K., Yamauchi, J., et al: ‘Dispersive contour-path algorithm for the TRC-FDTD method’. Int. Conf. on Numerical Simulation Optoelectronic Devices, Hong Kong, China, November 2018, TuA6.
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