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In this paper, an efficient domain decomposition (DD) technique is introduced into the implicit Crank-Nicolson finite-difference time-domain (CN-FDTD) method to analyze the channel characteristics of time reversal (TR) waves. As an unconditionally stable time-marching method, DD-CN-FDTD is suitable to solve the multiscale problem involving special microstructures in a sub-wavelength array. The standard unsplit-field perfectly matched layer, which is implemented with auxiliary differentialdoi:10.13164/re.2018.0469 fatcat:elrxkkaanbcwvhy3xzmywi2dbm