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Propagation of Surface Waves on a Buried Coaxial Cable with Periodic Slots

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3 Author(s)
Jack H. Richmond ; Electro Science Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43212. (614) 422-7601 ; Nan N. Wang ; Hung Ban Tran

Consider a coaxial cable with a periodic array of slots in the outer conductor. The cable is buried at a fixed depth below the surface of the earth as one component of an intruder detection system. In this paper, we use an eccentric cylindrical model of the air-earth interface to develop the theory for surface-wave propagation on the buried cable. Numerical results are included for the phase velocity and attenuation constant as functions of the various parameters.

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IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility  (Volume:EMC-23 ,  Issue: 3 )