3D-FDTDThree Dimensional Finite Differential Time Domain (also abbreviated as 3DFDTD)
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To accurately analyze and take into account the electromagnetic couplings between the rectifying circuit and the patch antennas, the full-wave three-dimensional Finite Difference Time Domain 3D-FDTD method [22] has been introduced.
In a second step, the proposed rectenna was simulated and analyzed using the full-wave 3D-FDTD method extended to lumped linear and non-linear elements.
B-CALM, our GPU-accelerated open-source 3D-FDTD simulator, allows us to quickly simulate complex metal structures over a broad wavelength range and on multiple GPUs while hiding the latency involved in the memory transfers.