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NEW FEATURES OF THE ``DOUBLE-HUMPED EFFECT'' IN THE MAGNETIZED PLASMA

By G. Jandieri, A. Ishimaru, and O. Kharshiladze

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Abstract:
Statistical moments of a scattered field are calculated in the first and second approximations using modified smooth perturbation method. Analytical expressions of both the variance and correlation function are obtained in the principle plane containing wave vector of an incident wave and external magnetic field. Observation points are spaced apart at small distances taking into account diffraction effects. Numerical calculations are carried out for the anisotropic Gaussian spectral function containing both anisotropic factor and the angle of inclination of elongated anisotropic plasma irregularities using the experimental data. It was shown that 3D surface of the correlation function of the phase fluctuation oscillate and these variations are decreased increasing characteristic spatial scale of plasma irregularities. New peculiarities of the ``Double-humped Effect'' are revealed in the collisionless magnetized plasma. It was shown that spatial scale and the inclination angle of elongated anisotropic plasma irregularities play important role in formation of a gap in the spatial power spectrum. Varying the magneto-ionospheric plasma parameters and values of characteristic spatial scales of anisotropic irregularities the depth of a dip increases and oscillates.

Citation:
G. Jandieri, A. Ishimaru, and O. Kharshiladze, "New Features of the ``Double-Humped Effect'' in the Magnetized Plasma," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 62, 1-9, 2017.
doi:10.2528/PIERM17091302

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