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On radiation of electromagnetic and electroacoustic waves in plasma

Part II

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The infinitely long cylindrical antenna immersed in a compressible plasma is considered as a boundary-value problem. The analysis starts with a specified voltage at a circumferential gap which is uniformly excited. It is found that the radiation pattern of the antenna is influenced only, to a slight extent, by the finite compressibility of the plasma, provided that the wire diameter is somewhat larger than a Debye length in the plasma.

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Equations in this Part II are continuous with those in Part I, Appl. sci. Res.B 11 (1965) 423.

The research reported in this paper was sponsored by the Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, Bedford, Mass., under Contract PRO-62-201.

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Wait, J.R. On radiation of electromagnetic and electroacoustic waves in plasma. Appl. Sci. Res. 12, 130–138 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00382115

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Keywords

  • Radiation
  • Compressibility
  • Radiation Pattern
  • Wire Diameter
  • Debye Length