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LEAKY WAVES IN ELECTROMAGNETIC PHENOMENA
POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN N Y MICROWAVE RESEARCH INST
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The class of waves known as leaky waves plays an important role in a variety of electromagnetic phenomena in open regions, and a recognition of this role permits new insight into many of these phenomena. The properties of leaky waves are discussed, and their usefulness is illustrated in connection with so-called leaky wave antennas, radiation from source-excited plasma layers, radiation from periodically-modulated surfaces, log-periodic antennas, Woods anomalies on periodic structures, and Cerenkov and SmithPurcell radiation. Author
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