Dispersion characteristics of a cylindrical antenna in magnetoactive plasma
Azarenkov, N.A., Denisenko, I.B., & Ostrikov, K. (1996) Dispersion characteristics of a cylindrical antenna in magnetoactive plasma. Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics, 41(11), pp. 969-975.
Dispersion characteristics and topography of electromagnetic fields of axially symmetric surface waves (SW) and of azimuth surface waves (ASW) propagating in a structure composed of a cylindrical metal antenna and magnetoactive plasma are investigated. The antenna and plasma may be separated by a vacuum layer. The dispersion characteristics of SW and ASW are presented as functions of the antenna and the magnetoactive plasma parameters. Close agreement between theory and experimental results are shown. Surface impedances of the SW and ASW are calculated for various parameters of the problem.
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