Periodic Structures: Mode-Matching Approach and Applications by Ruey-Bing (Raybeam) Hwang

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By Ruey-Bing (Raybeam) Hwang

Provides readers an figuring out of the elemental physics underlying meta-materials, delivering a strong device for examining their electromagnetic properties

Periodic constructions: Mode-Matching process and functions in Electromagnetic Engineering offers the scattering and guiding features of periodic constructions utilizing the mode-matching procedure and their purposes in electromagnetic engineering. The ebook is established in order that the 1st 3 chapters offer an advent and get ready the reader for chapters four to six, which extend the formulations to electromagnetic and optical buildings acceptable to useful machine functions. The final chapters disguise very fresh learn themes in electromagnetics and optics.

  • Provides an analytic method of describing the operation of photonic crystals and similar periodic structures
  • Covers guided and leaky mode propagation in periodic atmosphere, from basics to sensible equipment purposes
  • Demostrates formula of the periodic process and purposes to functional electromagnetic / optical units, even extra to metamaterials
  • Introduces the evolution of periodic buildings and their functions in microwave, millimeter wave and THz.
  • Written by means of a high-impact writer in electromagnetics and optics
  • Contains mathematical derivations which might be utilized on to MATLAB programs

excellent for Graduate scholars and complicated undergraduates in digital engineering, optics, physics, and utilized physics, or researchers operating with periodic structuresContent:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–15):
Chapter 2 Wave Propagation in a number of Dielectric Layers (pages 17–63):
Chapter three One?Dimensional Periodic Medium (pages 65–130):
Chapter four ? and Three?Dimensional Periodic constructions (pages 131–190):
Chapter five Introducing Defects into Periodic buildings (pages 191–243):
Chapter 6 Periodic Impedance floor (pages 245–281):
Chapter 7 unique Dielectrics made up of Periodic buildings (pages 283–295):

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In addition to the propagation constant, the characteristic impedance also affects the scattering characteristics because that the reflection coefficient relates to the impedance mismatch. 13, the stop-band regions exhibit reactive impedance, which is inductive or capacitive one; thus, the incident energy is reflected back to the input region. Furthermore, we have carried out the scattering analysis for the 1D periodic structure composed of conventional dielectric material and a DNG medium. 14.

2 Transformation between space- and eigen-coordinate systems 26 Periodic Structures 3. negative permittivity and negative permeability; 4. positive permittivity and negative permeability. 48). 65) The first medium is a commonly used medium. The second medium is a plasma medium able to be found in nature. For instance, a noble metal in visible light exhibits the plasma effect. Contrarily, the third and fourth mediums have, so far, not been found in nature, but can be synthesized using traditionally used metallic and dielectric materials.

2 Will Surface Waves be Supported in a Single Interface Environment? 19. 19 A single interface between two semi-infinite mediums guided wave along the interface? In the following, we will discuss this problem based on the transverse resonance technique described previously. First of all, we assume that the permittivity and permeability of the dielectric medium are κεo and μo , respectively, where κ is the relative dielectric constant. 132) and kt is the propagation constant along the transverse plane, which is continuous across the two media.

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