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M. Polivka, J. Chlouba, P. Cerny, P. Hazdra, Z. Skvor
Two approaches, Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML) and graphic library OpenGL, are used for active stereoscopic vision of electromagnetic fields surrounding selected antenna or microwave elements. Input data are generated by analytical relations or acquired by electromagnetic field simulators and visualized in the form of vector fields and field lines by active stereoscopy. In case […]
Xiang Su, Zhensen Wu, Zanqin Jiang, Xiaobing Wang
Horn antennas are extremely popular in microwave region, so it has great practical significance of studying its near field. The radiation of horn antenna can be equivalent to that of the surface current on aperture by Huygens principle. Since the dipole is the simplest and most familiar antenna, we use the array of dipoles to […]
Zhang Bo, Xue Zheng-hui, Ren Wu, Li Wei-ming, Sheng Xin-qing
Various FDTD approaches has been applied in the analysis of periodic structures, among which Spectral FDTD is a straight-forward and robust one. This essay proposed an improved Spectral FDTD algorithm that improves the simulation speed of off-normal incident case without jeopardizing accuracy. Together with GPU accelerating, as is proven by the example, the proposed acceleration […]
Eng Leong Tan
This letter presents the acceleration of locally one-dimensional finite-difference time-domain (LOD-FDTD) method using fundamental scheme on graphics processor units (GPUs). Compared to the conventional scheme, the fundamental LOD-FDTD (denoted as FLOD-FDTD) scheme has its right-hand sides cast in the simplest form without involving matrix operators. This leads to a substantial reduction in floating-point operations as […]
K. Liu, Xiao-bing Wang, Yang Zhang, Cheng Liao
The time-domain finite element method is used extensively in areas of microwave engineering. However, TD-FEM runs too slow for some simulations to be practical, especially when run on standard personal computers. The propriety of hardware for the acceleration of TD-FEM computations has been investigated. It is well known that the key of TD-FEM is matrix […]
Sean E. Krakiwsky, Laurence E. Turner, Michal M. Okoniewski
The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) algorithm has become a tool of choice in many areas of RF and microwave engineering and optics. However, FDTD runs too slow for some simulations to be practical, even when carried out on supercomputers. The development of dedicated hardware to accelerate FDTD computations has been investigated. In this paper, we demonstrate […]
Adam Dziekonski, Adam Lamecki, Michal Mrozowski
The letter discusses a fast implementation of the conjugate gradient iterative method with E-field multilevel preconditioner applied to solving real symmetric and sparse systems obtained with vector finite element method. In order to accelerate computations, a graphics processing unit (GPU) was used and significant speed-up (2.61 fold) was achieved comparing to a central processing unit […]
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S. E. Krakiwsky, L. E. Turner, M. M. Okoniewski
The Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method is used extensively in areas of microwave engineering and optics. However, FDTD runs too slow for some simulations to be practical, especially when run on standard desktop computers. The suitability of dedicated hardware for the acceleration of FDTD computations has been investigated. It is demonstrated that standard consumer Graphics Processor […]

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