Modeling of eigenoscillations coupled detuned dielectric resonators
Keywords:detuned dielectric resonators, coupled oscillations, equation system, lattice
AbstractAn electrodynamic model of the detuned Dielectric Resonators’ (DRs) system has been proposed. A new equation system connecting frequencies and resonator' amplitudes has been obtained. The Coupled oscillations law of two different DRs has been explored. The resonances of one-, two-dimensional lattices, composed of different Spherical DRs in the Open Space have been considered. New properties of the detuned DR Lattices have been discovered.
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