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Modes of propagation of electromagnetic pulses in open dispersive circular waveguides

Rikte, Sten LU (2001) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7093)/1-22/(2001) TEAT-7093.
Abstract
Modes of propagation of electromagnetic pulses in open circular waveguides

are investigated systematically. Core and cladding both consist of simple

(linear, homogeneous, isotropic), dispersive materials modeled by temporal

convolution with physically sound susceptibility kernels. Under these circumstances,

pulses cannot propagate along the guide unless the sum of the (first)

initial derivatives of the electric and magnetic susceptibility kernels of the

medium in the core is less than the corresponding sum for the medium in the

cladding. Only a finite number of pulse modes can be excited, and relevant

temporal Volterra integral equations of the second kind for these... (More)
Modes of propagation of electromagnetic pulses in open circular waveguides

are investigated systematically. Core and cladding both consist of simple

(linear, homogeneous, isotropic), dispersive materials modeled by temporal

convolution with physically sound susceptibility kernels. Under these circumstances,

pulses cannot propagate along the guide unless the sum of the (first)

initial derivatives of the electric and magnetic susceptibility kernels of the

medium in the core is less than the corresponding sum for the medium in the

cladding. Only a finite number of pulse modes can be excited, and relevant

temporal Volterra integral equations of the second kind for these modes are

derived. A theory of functions of integral operators is developed in order to

obtain the results. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Modes of propagation of electromagnetic pulses in open circular waveguides<br/><br>
are investigated systematically. Core and cladding both consist of simple<br/><br>
(linear, homogeneous, isotropic), dispersive materials modeled by temporal<br/><br>
convolution with physically sound susceptibility kernels. Under these circumstances,<br/><br>
pulses cannot propagate along the guide unless the sum of the (first)<br/><br>
initial derivatives of the electric and magnetic susceptibility kernels of the<br/><br>
medium in the core is less than the corresponding sum for the medium in the<br/><br>
cladding. Only a finite number of pulse modes can be excited, and relevant<br/><br>
temporal Volterra integral equations of the second kind for these modes are<br/><br>
derived. A theory of functions of integral operators is developed in order to<br/><br>
obtain the results.},
  author       = {Rikte, Sten},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {22},
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  series       = {Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7093)/1-22/(2001)},
  title        = {Modes of propagation of electromagnetic pulses in open dispersive circular waveguides},
  volume       = {TEAT-7093},
  year         = {2001},
}