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Propagators and Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves in Planar Bianisotropic Slabs - An Application to Frequency Selective Structures

Kristensson, Gerhard LU ; Poulsen, Sören LU and Rikte, Sten (2004) In Progress in Electromagnetics Research-Pier PIER 48. p.1-25
Abstract
Scattering by planar geometries with plane metal

inclusions are analysed. The metal inclusions can be of arbitrary

shape,and the material of the supporting slabs can be any linear

(bianisotropic) material. We employ the method of propagators to

find the solution of the scattering problem. The method has certain

similarities with a vector generalisation of the transmission line theory.

A general relation between the electric fields and the surface current

densities on the metal inclusions and the exciting fields is found.

Special attention is paid to the case of a periodic metal pattern

(frequency selective structures,FSS). The method is illustrated by a

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Scattering by planar geometries with plane metal

inclusions are analysed. The metal inclusions can be of arbitrary

shape,and the material of the supporting slabs can be any linear

(bianisotropic) material. We employ the method of propagators to

find the solution of the scattering problem. The method has certain

similarities with a vector generalisation of the transmission line theory.

A general relation between the electric fields and the surface current

densities on the metal inclusions and the exciting fields is found.

Special attention is paid to the case of a periodic metal pattern

(frequency selective structures,FSS). The method is illustrated by a

series of numerical computations. (Less)
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inclusions are analysed. The metal inclusions can be of arbitrary<br/><br>
shape,and the material of the supporting slabs can be any linear<br/><br>
(bianisotropic) material. We employ the method of propagators to<br/><br>
find the solution of the scattering problem. The method has certain<br/><br>
similarities with a vector generalisation of the transmission line theory.<br/><br>
A general relation between the electric fields and the surface current<br/><br>
densities on the metal inclusions and the exciting fields is found.<br/><br>
Special attention is paid to the case of a periodic metal pattern<br/><br>
(frequency selective structures,FSS). The method is illustrated by a<br/><br>
series of numerical computations.},
  author       = {Kristensson, Gerhard and Poulsen, Sören and Rikte, Sten},
  issn         = {1070-4698},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--25},
  publisher    = {EMW Publishing},
  series       = {Progress in Electromagnetics Research-Pier},
  title        = {Propagators and Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves in Planar Bianisotropic Slabs - An Application to Frequency Selective Structures},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2528/PIER04031503},
  volume       = {PIER 48},
  year         = {2004},
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