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 red bullet What is this? These images show some detailed views from some parallel-plate waveguide simulations. They were a lot of work to make, so if you don't like them, I don't want to hear about it. :)
           What the colors mean: In each image sequence below the entire simulation region is highlighted with a box. Red/Yellow indicates positive values, with yellow representing the greatest intensities and red representing values near zero. Blue/Green indicates negative, green the greatest intensities and blue values near zero. The most negative value is mapped to yellow, so a yellow spot in the middle of green represents the smallest value. 

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   Colorbar made from a ToyFDTD simulation