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Model of Active Semiconductor Millimeter-Wave Waveguide

Originální název

Model of Active Semiconductor Millimeter-Wave Waveguide

Anglický název

Model of Active Semiconductor Millimeter-Wave Waveguide

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en

Originální abstrakt

This paper deals with advanced theory of dielectric waveguides and with the solid state physics of bulksemiconductor. The goal is design and numerical modeling of active semiconductor waveguide using the unique property of bulk GaAs, the negative differential resistance. The basic equations connected to this issue are summarized and the idealistic assumptions are introduced in order to achieve a new simple model of electromagnetic wave propagation in excited homogenous semiconductor media. The analysis and simulations are computed by COMSOL Multiphysic environment using the finite element method (FEM)

Anglický abstrakt

This paper deals with advanced theory of dielectric waveguides and with the solid state physics of bulksemiconductor. The goal is design and numerical modeling of active semiconductor waveguide using the unique property of bulk GaAs, the negative differential resistance. The basic equations connected to this issue are summarized and the idealistic assumptions are introduced in order to achieve a new simple model of electromagnetic wave propagation in excited homogenous semiconductor media. The analysis and simulations are computed by COMSOL Multiphysic environment using the finite element method (FEM)

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@inproceedings{BUT27075,
  author="Michal {Pokorný} and Zbyněk {Raida}",
  title="Model of Active Semiconductor Millimeter-Wave Waveguide",
  annote="This paper deals with advanced theory of dielectric waveguides and with the solid state physics of bulksemiconductor. The goal is design and numerical modeling of active semiconductor waveguide using the unique property of bulk GaAs, the negative differential resistance. The basic equations connected to this issue are summarized and the idealistic assumptions are introduced in order to achieve a new simple model of electromagnetic wave propagation in excited homogenous semiconductor media. The analysis and simulations are computed by COMSOL Multiphysic environment using the finite element method (FEM)",
  address="University of Damascus",
  booktitle="Proceedings MMS'2008 Mediterranean Microwave Symposium",
  chapter="27075",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="University of Damascus",
  year="2008",
  month="october",
  pages="61--65",
  publisher="University of Damascus",
  type="conference paper"
}