Reconstruction of bi-isotropic material parameters using transient electromagnetic fields
(1994) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7033)/1-22/(1993) TEAT-7033.- Abstract
- In this article, a non-iterative method for solving the transient electromagnetic inverse scattering problem for a homogeneous, dispersive bi-isotropic slab is considered. The slab is excited by a normally incident transverse pulse. The inverse scattering problem is to determine (finite time traces of) the susceptibility
kernels, i.e., the four integral kernels present in the constitutive relations,
given (finite time traces of) the reflection and transmission kernels, which are
obtained by deconvolution of the scattered fields. Two numerical examples
illustrate the method with noisy data. Finally, the imbedding equations are
proved to be uniquely solvable, and the exact solution to the general... (More) - In this article, a non-iterative method for solving the transient electromagnetic inverse scattering problem for a homogeneous, dispersive bi-isotropic slab is considered. The slab is excited by a normally incident transverse pulse. The inverse scattering problem is to determine (finite time traces of) the susceptibility
kernels, i.e., the four integral kernels present in the constitutive relations,
given (finite time traces of) the reflection and transmission kernels, which are
obtained by deconvolution of the scattered fields. Two numerical examples
illustrate the method with noisy data. Finally, the imbedding equations are
proved to be uniquely solvable, and the exact solution to the general propagation
problem is found. This solution is given as a uniformly convergent series
and supports the employed inverse algorithm. (Less)
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- 22 pages
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