Accession Number : AD0426997
Title : SURFACE WAVE GUIDING AND RADIATING SYSTEMS,
Corporate Author : COLUMBIA UNIV NEW YORK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCE
Personal Author(s) : Schlesinger,S.P. ; Diament,P. ; Granatstein,V.L.
Report Date : MAR 1963
Pagination or Media Count : 86
Abstract : Research concerned a fundamental theoretical study of open-structural guiding and radiating systems with emphasis on varying degrees of gen eralization of mode-type and media properties, and a study, in detail, of specific novel open structures showing some promise of utility. The reformulation is given of Maxwell's equations and their solution for the broadest generalization possible as regards medium properties and geo metrical cross section in which the only restric tion is that of linearity. A method of treat ing guiding open cylindrical systems numerically is outlined and is applied to the case of a ra dial inhomogeneity. A study is presented di rected toward a complete analysis and catalog ing of all classes of high frequency guided waves (infinite ion mass) on an open magneto plasma column with density inhomogeneity treated by a perturbation technique. The V-line struc ture is discussed. The V-line is a voltage tun able radiating element using a ferroelectric of modest tuneability as a binding medium. Research carried out on a class of low loss, low permit tivity ferroelectric materials is also presented. (Author)
Descriptors : (*PROPAGATION, COMMUNICATION), (*ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION, PROPAGA), STRUCTURES, SHELLS(STRUCTURAL FORMS), PARTIAL, GEOMETRIC FORMS, CYL, PLASMA MEDIUM, DENSITY, PERTURBATION THEORY, ELECTRIC POTENTIAL, TUN, FERROELECTRIC MATERIALS, BINDERS, SURFACE PROPERTIES, ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS, WAVEGUIDES, TRANSMISSION LINES.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE