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2023-02-07
Theoretical Study of Electromagnetic Field, Diffracted by Two Slots in a Conducting Screen
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 98, 77-86, 2023
Abstract
A rigorous solution is presented for description of the plane electromagnetic wave diffraction by two parallel slots in a perfectly conducting screen of finite thickness, placed before a dielectric layer, operating as a receiver of radiation in the near zone. The field in this layer is studied for the case of small obstacle dimensions being of the order of the wavelength. It is shown that the best spatial resolution of images from two slots in a dielectric layer is reached together with their optimal focusing, which can be determined by the method proposed earlier for one-slot diffraction.
Citation
Vladimir Serdyuk, "Theoretical Study of Electromagnetic Field, Diffracted by Two Slots in a Conducting Screen," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 98, 77-86, 2023.
doi:10.2528/PIERB23010504
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