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Electric Field Calculation Method of Auxiliary Sources

The Electric Field Calculation for Mobile Communication Coverage in Buildings and Indoor Areas by Using the Method of Auxiliary Sources

Superellipsoid Scattering Tool (Windows 98, 2000, XP) for T-matrix scattering computation by superellipsoids and other abritrary shaped 3D scatterers by T. Wriedt.

OpenMaX by Christian Hafner, ETH Zürich is a graphic platform for Computational Electromagnetic and Computational Optics on personal computers under Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista.

MMP FORTRAN code for electromagnetics simulation available on disk in

Christian Hafner, Lars Bomholt, The 3D Electromagnetic Wave Simulator, Wiley, Chichester 1993.

The book is out of print, but the tex-file and an executable code of 3D MMP compiled for Windows NT is available from Christian Hafner's server, ETH Zürich.

This code may be used for scattering by nonspherical nonsymmetrical arbitary 3D bodies. It has been applied to spheres in a Gaussian beam, spheroids, plates, cubes, finite cylinders, rain drops, spheres having multiple inclusions, clusters of spheres, spheroids and plates.

Please ask me for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • Link (27 Nov 2008)

laser: 532nm, d=4µm, fiber: 5µm*1.5µm, n=1.5

General Multipole Technique fortran programs by Piotr Piatrou. The program it is written for MS Fortran with use of the IMSL library. A problem is that there is an error in the incident wave polarization state.

For scattering by 2D bodies e.g cylinder available on disk in

Christian Hafner, 2-D MMP: Two Dimensional Multiple Multipole Analysis Software and User´s Manual, Artech House, Boston 1990.

The book is out of print but book and code are available from Christian Hafner's server.

  • Link (27 Nov 2008)

MPSpack is a user-friendly and fully object-oriented MATLAB toolbox that implements the Method of Particular Solutions and related boundary methods (e.g. fundamental solutions, layer potentials) for efficient and highly accurate solution of Laplace eigenvalue problems, interior/exterior Helmholtz boundary-value problems (e.g. wave scattering), and related PDE problems, on piecewise-constant 2D domains.
By Alex Barnett and Timo Betcke.

Update by the authors (23 Jun 2010):
Version 1.1beta includes code for quasi-periodic scattering problems, ie diffraction from an infinite 1D lattice of obstacles in 2D.


A demo version of this programme is available from the Wiley site and the MaX-1 ETHZ site.

This is a new 2-D version of the MMP technique with a wide range of application including statics, scattering, gratings, antennae, guided waves, resonators and discontinuities.

The full version is: Christian Hafner: MaX-1, A Visual Electromagnetics Platdform for PC's. CD-ROM and Getting Started with MaX-1 Guide. Wiley, Chichester, 1998.

  • Link - MaX-1 MMP GMT  (27 Nov 2008)
  • Link - John Wiley & Sons  (27 Nov 2008)

The Null-field Method with Discrete Sources is an extension of the Null-field Method (also called T-Matrix Method) to compute light scattering by arbitrarily shaped dielectric particles. The Fortran code is inculded on CD with the book:

Adrian Doicu, Thomas Wriedt and Yuri Eremin: Light Scattering by Systems of Particles. Null-Field Method with Discrete Sources -
Theory and Programs. Springer Verlag; Berlin, Heidelberg, New York 2006.

  • Springer Publisher(14.8.2006)
  • List of Fortran90 Programs on CD-ROM with the book (18.8.2006)
  • Users guide (04.03.2013)
  • Amazon: SEARCH INSIDE this book (18.7.2007)
  • SScaTT
    Superellipsoid Scattering Tool (v.1.1.4) for T-matrix scattering computation by superellipsoids and other abritrary shaped 3D scatterers by T. Wriedt. Windows 98, XP SScaTT paper
  • For questions please send emails to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (22.9.2006)
  • new parallel code, users guide (16 Apr 2010)
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