APPLICATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY TO RADIATING AND NON-RADIATING TRANSMISSION LINES.
Final rept. 1 Dec 64-30 Nov 67,
POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN FARMINGDALE N Y DEPT OF ELECTROPHYSICS
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This report consists of a summary of accomplishments over the past three years. Only a brief resume of the topics covered is presented detailed descriptions are contained in reports and publications which are referenced in context with these resumes. The investigations are concerned with the guiding, scattering and radiating properties of a variety of structures, particularly those with periodic properties. The wave types have been primarily electromagnetic, although a later phase has included acoustic waves as well. The studies themselves are basic in character, with emphasis on thorough treatments the motivation for the topics chosen has in all cases been their importance and usefulness in various applications. Among the topics treated in detail are leaky waves and surface waves, Cerenkov radiation, Smith-Purcell radiation, effects of glide and screw symmetry in periodic structures, radiation from corrugated surfaces, Woods anomalies in scattering theory, Bragg scattering from acoustically-modulated regions, and parametric interactions in nonlinear optics and acoustically-modulated media, including the effects of boundaries. Author
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- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation