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In this study the finite difference-time domain method (FD· TD method) is used to analyze the influence of the feedline position on the input impedance of a microstrip antenna. Due to the limitations of the FD-TD method such as
the long processing time and the great amount of memory requested to analyze this structure type, a Beowulf cluster composed for three machines is used to overcome these problems. Therefore, the results are compared with those available in the literature and a good agreement is obtained.
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