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Analysis of asymmetric TEM cell and its optimum design of electric field distribution

Analysis of asymmetric TEM cell and its optimum design of electric field distribution

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By using the Green's function/variational formulation with a new form of charge distribution, expressions for the characteristic impedance and electric (E-) field are obtained for an asymmetric TEM cell. The main details of a series of computer programs to implement an optimum design of the E-field distribution are presented in this paper.

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