This book presents selected contributions of the Ultra-Wideband Short-Pulse Electromagnetics 7 Conference, including electromagnetic theory, scattering, Ultrawideband (UWB) antennas, UWB systems, ground penetrating radar, UWB communications, pulsed-power generation, time-domain computational electromagnetics, UWB compatibility, target detection and discrimination, propagation through dispersive media, and wavelet and multi-resolution techniques.
|Publisher:||Springer New York|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2007|
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.07(d)|
Table of Contents-EM Topology: From Theory to Application. -Simulating the Response of Semi-Shielded Systems: Electromagnetic Topology Technique. -Newest Developments in Nonuniform Transmission-Line Theory. -TEM Field Structure of Electric and Magnetic Fields from a Semi-Infinite Vertical Thin-Wire Antenna Above a Conducting Plane. -Axial Backscattering from a Wide Angular Sector. -Transient Responses of Short-Pulse Signals in Scattering Problems. -Transient Phase-Space Inhomogeneous Green’s Function for Modeling High Contrast Scattering. -Dynamical Evolution of the Brillouin Precursor in Rocard-Powles-Debye Model Dielectrics. -Embedding Multiple Wires within a Single TLM Node. -Simulation of Nonlinear Integrated Photonics Devices: A Comparison of TLM and Numerical Time Domain Integral Equation Approaches. -Circuit Based Full-Wave Models for Non-Uniform Line Structures Created with the Method of Partial Elements. -A Novel Methodology Combining Antennas, Propagation and Non-Linear Switching Circuits in Transient Time-Domain Simulation. -Simulation of a Cabin Wireless Lan Antenna Inside an Airbus A340-600 Wide-Body Transport Aircraft. -FDTD Simulation of Electromagnetic Radiation from Vertical Dipoles in Inhomogeneous Air-Lossy Medium Space. -On the Efficient Time-Domain Processing of Aperture Antennas. -Efficient FDTD Parallel Processing on Modern PC CPUs. -A Hybrid Time-Domain Technique that Combines ADI-FDTD and MoMTD to Solve Complex Electromagnetic Problems. -Use of Higher Order Basis in Solution of Electromacnetic Field Problems. -Solving Time Domain Electric Field Integral Equation for Thin-Wire Antennas Using the Laguerre Polynomials. -Fast Time Domain Integral Equation Solver for Dispersive Media. -Analytical-Numerical Calculation of Transient Processes in Nonlinear Networks. -Suppression of Two-Tone Disturbances in Nonlinear Circuits. -Timed Arrays and Their Application to Impulse SAR for 'Through-The-Wall' Imaging. -Antenna-Aperture Synthesis for Hyperband SARAntennas. -Aperture Engineering for Impulse Radiating Antennas. -Antenna Characterization for the JOLT Impulsive Radiator via Low-Voltage Measurements. -A Dual-Polarity Impulse Radiating Antenna. -Effect of Reflector Defocus on the Radiation Patterns of Impulse Radiating Antennas. -A Portable Automated Time-domain Antenna Range: The PATAR(TM) System. -Practical Implementation of PxM Antennas for High-Power, Broadband Applications. -Transmission and Reception by Non-Reflecting UWB Antennas. -Design and Characterization of a Lens TEM Horn. -100 GHz Broadband High Power Antennas. -Partial Dielectric Loaded TEM-Horn Design for UWB Ground Penetrating Impulse Radar Systems. -Antenna Development for Impulse Radar Applications in Civil Engineering. -Analysis of Radiation from a Dielectric Wedge Antenna. -Characterising Impulse Radiating Antennas by an Intuitive Approach. -A Tapered Coplanar Strip Antenna with Improved Matching. -Antipodal Vivaldi antenna for UWB Applications. -Low-Cost Printed Monopole Antennas for Wideband Applications. -Small and Broadband Planar Antennas for UWB Wireless Communication Applications. -Characterisation of UWB Antennas by their Spatio-Temporal Transfer Function Based on FDTD Simulations. -Antenna Effects and Modelling in UWB Impulse Radio. -Resistively Loaded Discones for UWB Communications. -An Ultra Wideband Aperture Coupled Bowtie Antenna for Communications. -Small Patch Antennas for UWB Wireless Body Area Network. -A Marx Type Electromagnetic Pulse Generator. -Fast Volume Breakdown in Argon and Air at Low Pressures. -Modeling the Conductivity of a Sub-Nanosecond Breakdown Gas Switch. -Development of Ultra-Wideband Pulsers at the University of Texas at Dallas. -On the Spectral Variability of Ultra-Wideband High-Power Microwave Sources by Generating Pulse Sequences. -UWB, HPM and EMP Susceptibility of Complex PC Systems. -Coupling and Effects of UWB Pulses on Complex Systems. -Classification of the Destruction Effects in CMOS-Devices afte