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Excitation and propagation of whistler waves in a magnetoplasma in the presence of a cylindrical duct with decreased density

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3 Author(s)
Pavel V. Bakharev ; Dept. of Radiophysics, University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia ; Alexander V. Kudrin ; Tatyana M. Zaboronkova

Excitation and propagation of whistler-mode waves in an unbounded magnetoplasma in the presence of a cylindrical duct with decreased plasma density are studied. Using a rigorous solution for the total source-excited field comprising both the discrete and continuous parts of the spatial spectrum of waves, the radiation resistance of a source in the form of a loop antenna is determined. Conditions have been revealed under which the power radiated from the loop antenna immersed in a decreased-density duct is dominated by the contribution of either discrete-or continuous-spectrum modes.

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Days on Diffraction, 2008. DD '08. Proceedings of the International Conference

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3-6 June 2008