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**MCQ**: DeRaedt introduced the unconditionally stable, ?one-step? FDTD technique in

2001

2002

2003

2004

c

**MCQ**: In ∇xH=J+∂D/∂t, Maxwell used this term '∂D/∂t' to balance the equation. This term is known as

balanced current

displacement current

unbalanced current

rate of change of current

b

**MCQ**: In D=∊E, 'D' is

electric flux density

magnetic flux density

electric dipole

magnetic permitivity

a

**MCQ**: A region of the spectrum between far infrared and microwaves is known as

microwaves

Infrared radiation

Terahertz radiation

None

c

**MCQ**: Due to the symmetry of electromagnetic waves, the frequency-dependent permeability is represented as

1-^{w2p.e}/_{w2-w2o,e+iγw}

1+^{w2p.e}/_{w2-w2o,e+iγw}

1-^{w2p.m}/_{w2-w2o,m+iγw}

1+^{w2p.m}/_{w2-w2o,m+iγw}

c

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