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SCATTERING OF DIPOLE FIELD BY A FINITE CONDUCTING AND A FINITE IMPEDANCE CYLINDER

By A. Illahi, Q. A. Naqvi, and K. Hongo

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Abstract:
Scattering of a spherical wave by a finite PEC and a finite impedance cylinder is studied theoretically. Source of excitation is spherical wave is produced by a dipole with arbitrary orientation. First we derive surface fields induced on an infinite cylinder when it is illuminated by an arbitrary oriented dipole. By the use of the currents on the infinite cylinder excited by an arbitrarily oriented dipole, approximate expressions for two components of the far-zone scattered electric field of a finite PEC and a finite impedance cylinder are derived. The validity of the approximation depends on the conditions that the cylinder must be long compared to the wavelength. The theoretical results are compared to the available results in the literature.

Citation:
A. Illahi, Q. A. Naqvi, and K. Hongo, "Scattering of Dipole Field by a Finite Conducting and a Finite Impedance Cylinder," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 1, 139-184, 2008.
doi:10.2528/PIERM08013001

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