ON ANTENNA IMPEDANCES IN A COLD PLASMA WITH A PERPENDICULAR STATIC MAGNETIC FIELD.
SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS-EAST WALTHAM MASS APPLIED RESEARCH LAB
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A flat strip antenna is embedded in a magnetoionic medium with its longitudinal axis perpendicular to the static magnetic field. The antenna characteristics differ for antennas oriented with their surfaces parallel and perpendicular to the static magnetic field. In the former case there are no resistance peaks for frequencies near the plasma frequency and the reactance of a short antenna is capacitive for low frequencies. For frequencies near the gyrofrequency, the antennas are electrically longer for the parallel orientation of their surfaces. The accuracy of the solutions is illustrated by computing the tangential electric surface fields that are excited by the approximate current distributions used in the impedance computations. Author
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