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Code is mainly intended for accelerator design, but with its time-domain solver plane wave electromagnetic scattering by a three-dimentional dielectric or metallic objects can also by calculated in the near field. ARGUS documentation is available by WWW from SAIC.

Science Application International Corporation, Applied Physics Operation, Washington, DC, USA). Commercial Licences.

Binaries for this parallel finite difference time domain electromagnetic simulator for SUN and Dec ALPHA.

This 2D-FDTD code has been developed by Dave Rossi.

The zip file available from the local server contains source code, documentation, examples, and executable files for DOS/Windows and Linux. Written as a tool to look at planar optical waveguide structures. The code requires no graphics either Windows or X-windows to run, but some type of ascii data viewer is required to look at the output files. An input data checking and geometry checking program for the input file is also included in the zip file.

3D Transmission Line Method for simulation of passive microwave air-filled structures based on symetrical condensed node TLM. FORTRAN code printed in

Jaroslaw Uher, Jens Bornemann, Uwe Rosenberg, Waveguide Components for Antenna Feed Systems: Theory and CAD, Artech House, Boston, 1993.

Finite difference time domain code for 2d electromagnetic computation included on disk with the second issue of the

Journal Computer Applications in Engineering Education (first issue =Vol 1 No 1 1992/93).

2D FDTD electromagnetic field analysis of arbitrarilly shaped two- dimensional microwave circuits. Software (commercial) available from

ArguMens GmbH, Bismarckstr. 67, 47057 Duisburg, Germany, Fax: +49-203-350874

A C++ Class Library for solving three dimensional electromagnetic problems in time domain by Finite Integral Method by Hiroshi Abe. LEM provides the application programmer and the user the benefit of advanced object- oriented programming.

Hiroshi Abe, C&C Media Research Laboratories, NEC Corporation, JAPAN.

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This code can be used to model wave propagation in urban environments in 2D. It is based on the Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) method.

  • Link (29 Nov 2008)

A simple 3D symmetrical condensed node TLM program, written in Fortran (77) by J. L. Herring.

CD-ROM featuring sample FDTD codes with visualization capabilities.

Allen Taflove, Susan C. Hagness, Computational Electromagnetics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method, Second Edition. Artech House, Boston 2000.

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