Radiation in Gyrotropic Medium
The electromagnetic radiation from an electric Hertzian dipole in an electrically gyrotropic medium such as magnetically biased cold plasma, i.e. magnetoplasma, is very important for radio propagation problem in the ionosphere and for some problems in laboratory plasmas.
KeywordsSaddle Point Radiation Field Radiation Pattern Cold Plasma Maximum Radiation
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