Self-action of high-frequency surface waves in a magnetoactive planar plasma waveguide
Azarenkov, N.A. & Ostrikov, K. (1991) Self-action of high-frequency surface waves in a magnetoactive planar plasma waveguide. Soviet Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics, 36(15), pp. 111-117.
The self-modulation process of a high-frequency surface wave (SW) in a wave-guiding structure - a semibounded magnetoactive plasma and perfectly conducting metal wall - is considered for the weak nonlinearity approximation. Estimates are given for the contributions to the nonlinear frequency shift of the SW from the two principal self-action channels: via the generation of a signal of the doubled frequency and of static surface perturbations, arising as the result of the action of a ponderomotive force. Solutions for the field envelope of the nonlinear wave are examined with regard to their stability with respect to longitudinal and transverse perturbations.
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