Analysis of Multilayer Planar Circuits by Hybrid Method

Gharbi Ramzi(1*), Trabelsi Hichem(2), Ali Gharsallah(3), Henri Baudrand(4)

(1) University of EL-Manar of Tunis, Tunisia
(2) Université de Paris 06, Paris, France
(3) Department of Physics at the Sciences’ Faculty of Tunis, Tunisia
(4) Ecole National Sup´erieure d’Electronique Electrotechnique Informatique of Toulouse, France
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Abstract


The paper discussed the implementation of the hybrid algorithm to modelling the multilayer planar circuit by combine the FDFD method and WCIP method. The finite difference frequency domain (FDFD) algorithm can be used to modelling the 3D discontinuity structure, with the open region modelled by iterative method. The well agreement between our method and original FDFD method demonstrated the validity and flexibility of the method. Memory requirement is greatly reduced by using DDM.
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Hybrid Numerical Method; FDFD Method; Hybrid WCIP Method

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