differential - infinitely small element
dearimasu~ - literally de ariamsu~
electromagnetic
integration - calculus tool used to find the area under a curve
coupled systems - a system of equations that are 'coupled' to each other. Meaning one equation involves the seconds equation in some way.
desu - desu~
del operator - A math term used to describe the directional derivative. It calculates the direction with the most change
surface
volume
flux - Flow of something
electric magnetic field
E - Electrical Field intensity
H - Magnetic Field intensity
V - Scalar Electric Potential
A - Amperes or Vector magnetic potential
W - Watts
complex poynting vector - Power density, term used to denote how much power flows through a surface
scalar - term that has no direction involved i.e Time
time harmonic - Sinusodial in nature. The term contains a cosine, or sine in it. It means that the term will experience a 'high' amplitude, drop to zero go down to a 'low' amplitude then go back to zero. The process repeats infinitely.
transmission line - Any form of wires that can carry electricity
microstrip - A thin film of dielectric laid upon a conductor, it acts like a transmission line.
stub matching - typically microstrips added to a system to control the reflections of electric/magnetic waves
optical - An electromagnetic wave that is operated at a very high frequency
Minato - Person who's going to the yan yan maid cafe at AX with me obv