Current Distribution in a Gyrotropic Microstrip Structure when Excited by a Plane Electromagnetic Wave
The problem of the distribution of the surface current density in a gyrotropic microstrip structure representing an infinitely thin ideally conducting strip arranged on a substrate of a chiral metamaterial metallized from one side and excited by a plane wave is reduced to a one-dimensional singular integral equation with a Cauchy singularity. The complex current distributions along the strip conductor are presented for different types of substrate and the wave-incidence angles.
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