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Propagation in bianisotropic media - reflection and transmission

Rikte, Sten LU ; Kristensson, Gerhard LU and Andersson, Michael LU (1998) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7067)/1-32/(1998) TEAT-7067.
Abstract
In this paper a systematic analysis that solves the wave propagation problem

in a general bianisotropic, stratified media is presented. The method utilizes

the concept of propagators, and the representation of these operators is simpli-

fied by introducing the Cayley-Hamilton theorem. The propagators propagate

the total tangential electric and magnetic fields in the slab and only outside

the slab the up/down-going parts of the fields need to be identified. This

procedure makes the physical interpretation of the theory intuitive. The re-

flection and the transmission dyadics for a general bianisotropic medium with

an isotropic (vacuum) half space on both sides of the... (More)
In this paper a systematic analysis that solves the wave propagation problem

in a general bianisotropic, stratified media is presented. The method utilizes

the concept of propagators, and the representation of these operators is simpli-

fied by introducing the Cayley-Hamilton theorem. The propagators propagate

the total tangential electric and magnetic fields in the slab and only outside

the slab the up/down-going parts of the fields need to be identified. This

procedure makes the physical interpretation of the theory intuitive. The re-

flection and the transmission dyadics for a general bianisotropic medium with

an isotropic (vacuum) half space on both sides of the slab are presented in a

coordinate-independent dyadic notation, as well as the reflection dyadic for

a bianisotropic slab with perfectly electric backing (PEC). In the latter case

the current on the metal backing is also given. Some numerical computations

that illustrate the algorithm are presented. (Less)
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  abstract     = {In this paper a systematic analysis that solves the wave propagation problem<br/><br>
in a general bianisotropic, stratified media is presented. The method utilizes<br/><br>
the concept of propagators, and the representation of these operators is simpli-<br/><br>
fied by introducing the Cayley-Hamilton theorem. The propagators propagate<br/><br>
the total tangential electric and magnetic fields in the slab and only outside<br/><br>
the slab the up/down-going parts of the fields need to be identified. This<br/><br>
procedure makes the physical interpretation of the theory intuitive. The re-<br/><br>
flection and the transmission dyadics for a general bianisotropic medium with<br/><br>
an isotropic (vacuum) half space on both sides of the slab are presented in a<br/><br>
coordinate-independent dyadic notation, as well as the reflection dyadic for<br/><br>
a bianisotropic slab with perfectly electric backing (PEC). In the latter case<br/><br>
the current on the metal backing is also given. Some numerical computations<br/><br>
that illustrate the algorithm are presented.},
  author       = {Rikte, Sten and Kristensson, Gerhard and Andersson, Michael},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {32},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0xa242b60)},
  series       = {Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7067)/1-32/(1998)},
  title        = {Propagation in bianisotropic media - reflection and transmission},
  volume       = {TEAT-7067},
  year         = {1998},
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