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The paper deals with high frequency simulations with edge finite element method realized with PETSc functions. The weak formulations of the high frequency simulations are derived from Maxwell’s equations in frequency domain. To reduce the calculation time, the finite element method was implemented in PETSc environment. The realized simulation environments were validated with simple examples, which analytically can be calculated.

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