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Numerical instabilities of the moment method in waveguide calculations

Numerical instabilities of the moment method in waveguide calculations

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Unstable results were obtained when utilising the moment method in parallel-plate-waveguide problems. The cause of the instability is determined. The introduction of a missing boundary condition leads to very satisfactory numerical results.

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