Self-interaction of high-frequency surface waves in magnetoactive plasma planar waveguide
Azarenkov, N.A. & Ostrikov, K. (1991) Self-interaction of high-frequency surface waves in magnetoactive plasma planar waveguide. Radiotekhnika i Elektronika, 36(6), pp. 1161-1167.
The nonlinear effect of hf surface waves self-interaction in a magnetoactive planar plasma waveguide is studies. The waveguide structure under consideration can be formed by gaseous or semiconducting homogeneous plasma, which is limited by a perfectly conducting metal surface. The surface (localized near the surface) wave perturbations propagating on the plasma-metal boundary perpendicular to the constant external magnetic field, are investigated. The nonlinear frequency shift connected with interaction of the second harmonic and static surface perturbations with the main frequency wave, is determined using the approximation of weak nonlinearity. It is shown that the process of double-frequency signal generation is the dissipative one as a result of bulk wave excitation on the surface wave second harmonic.
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