Parametric excitation of high-frequency surface waves in a plasma-metal waveguide structure
Azarenkov, N.A., Dolgopolov, M.V., & Ostrikov, K. (1995) Parametric excitation of high-frequency surface waves in a plasma-metal waveguide structure. Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, 37(5), pp. 513-523.
The problem concerning the excitation of high-frequency surface waves (SW) propagating across an external magnetic field at a plasma-metal interface is considered. A homogeneous electric pump field is applied in the direction transverse with respect to the plasma-metal interface. Two high-frequency SW from different frequency ranges of existence and propagating in different directions are shown to be excited in this pump field. The instability threshold pump-field values and increments are obtained for different parameters of the considered waveguide structure. The results associated with saturation of the nonlinear instability due to self-interaction effects of the excited SW are given as well. The results are appropriate for both gaseous and semiconductor plasmas.
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