Application of the FDTD method and a full time-domain near-field transform to the problem of radiation from a PCB
The finite-difference time-domain method is combined with a full tinie-domain near-field transform to yield accurately and efficiently the radiated field levels measured at a distance of 3m from a printed circuit board.
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