A generalized equivalent circuit theory for the electric and magnetic resonances of metallic wire networks

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Authors: Weiyi Zhang and S.T. Chui
Date: June 1, 2009
From: Journal of Applied Physics(Vol. 105, Issue 11)
Publisher: American Institute of Physics, Inc.
Document Type: Technical report
Length: 68 words

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The application of boundary electric fields to T- and H-shape metallic wire networks that suggested that the basic types of resonances are mainly controlled by the symmetry and the wire dimensions of the networks is detailed. The circuit current profile of a given eigenmodes shed light on the characteristic behavior of the electric and magnetic responses and a simple physical picture on circuit design with particular electromagnetic parameters.

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