MATLAB and Simulink Based Books
Written for graduate-level students, this book provides comprehensive coverage of the finite-difference time-domain method. The book consists of 12 chapters, each chapter built on the concepts provided in the previous chapters. Using this book, students will be able to construct a program with sufficient functionality to solve some basic problems. Topics include numerical stability and dispersion, building objects in the Yee grid, active and passive lumped elements, and source waveforms.
MATLAB is introduced and used to solve numerous examples in the book.
In addition, a set of MATLAB code files is available on a CD bound in the book.