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Resonator analysis in TLM using the matrix pencil method

Resonator analysis in TLM using the matrix pencil method

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A new spectral estimation technique, based on the matrix pencil method, is proposed for use in TLM. This new approach enables the complete study of electromagnetic resonators, including the determination of their quality factors Q, using the TLM method. As an example, a rectangular cavity resonator was modelled and the corresponding TLM results are compared to the analytical solution.

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