EFIE and MFIE, why the difference?

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2008-07
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2008 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium
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1 - 2
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EFIE (electric field integral equation) suffers from internal resonance, and the remedy is to use MFIE (magnetic field integral equation) to come up with a CFIE (combined field integral equation) to remove the internal resonance problem. However, MFIE is fundamentally a very different integral equation from EFIE. Many questions have been raised about the differences.

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Combined field integral equations, Convergence behaviors, Convergence rates, Dielectric interfaces, Discretization, Eigenvalues, Electric Field Integral equations, Equivalence principles, First kind integral equations, Internal resonances, Iterative solvers, Mathematical analyses, Matrix representations, Smoothing operators, Symmetric operators, Tree decompositions, Antennas, Diffractive optical elements, Electric fields, Error analysis, Integral equations, Magnetic fields, Mathematical operators, Resonance, Physical optics
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