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transfer matrix method

I want to implement transfer matrix method for the periodic structure
I want to see if anybody has a program on that.
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hi,i am doing this now,you could talk about it with me
 

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After reading some of the literature on this method, there appears to be two forms of the method. These are the fully numerical TMM as described by Pendry, and the semi-analytical described elsewhere. There is also real-space and plane-wave based transfer matrix methods. Perhaps that makes a total of four.

I am curious which of these you are interested in and working on.

Thanks!
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I am interested in real-space and plane-wave based transfer matrix methods

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You may also be interested in the following method which is real-space or Fourier-space:

**broken link removed**

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you could refer some books on it. Look for modern control system by dorf and bishop,
you could find sample program there. At least you could get some ideas from there.
 

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Thanks for your comments.

I find a good reference on microwave engineering by pozar
 

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You can either use the pozar or any other books specially in photonic crystal or periodic strucctures like sekoda
 

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