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Propagation of electromagnetic pulses in terrestrial waveguides

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1 Author(s)
Wait, J.R. ; National Bureau of Standards, Boulder, CO, USA

The propagation of electromagnetic waves over the earth's surface is considered under transient conditions. The source is taken to be a vertical electric dipole whose current moment is suddenly established. The build-up of the radiated field is calculated under various assumed corditions. It is shown, even in the absence of an ionospherically reflected wave, that the influence of earth curvature has a pronounced effect on the distortion of the original pulse shape. For great distances (i.e., d>2000 km), it is found to be more convenient to regard the field as a sum of modes. Particular attention is given to the transient characteristics of the dominant mode as a function of the source waveform.

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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Nov 1965

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