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- James R. Wait
- 1972

A solution is given for the boundary value problem of a wave propagating along a thin wire parallel to the interface between two homogeneous half-spaces. A general modal equation is derived for the… (More)

- James R. Wait
- 1955

A solution is given for the problem of a plane wave incident obliquely on a circular cylinder of infinite length. The electric properties of the cylinder are taken to be homogeneous and isotropic but… (More)

- James R. Wait, David Allen Hill
- IEEE Transactions on Geoscience Electronics
- 1979

We present an analysis of the electromagnetic fields excited by a toroidal cofl that is coaxial with a circular metal rod located in a conducting medium. The integral representation for the induced… (More)

- Leopold B. Felsen, Carl E. Baum, +4 authors James R. Wait
- 1976

Propagation and diffraction of transient fields in non-dispersive and dispersive media.- Integral equation methods for transient scattering.- The singularity expansion method.- Radiation and… (More)

- James R. Wait
- 1997

In lightning investigations we need simple yet reasonably accurate expressions for the horizontal electric field for an imperfectly conducting ground plant. The Cooray-Rubenstein (see Radio Sci.,… (More)

- James R. Wait
- 1953

The analysis is carried out for the problem of a current-carrying coil in the neighborhood of a spherical body whose conductivity and magnetic permeability differ from the surroundings. The case is… (More)

- James R. Wait
- 1998

A doubly infinite set of linear equations for the currents has been found valid for a wire mesh with bonded junctions without imposing any junction conditions. However, the convergence of the… (More)

A doubly infinite set of linear equations is derived for the currents excited on the pair of planar wire grids by a plane wave of arbitrary polarization. The equations can be solved by perturbation… (More)

Electromagnetic wave propagation inside an empty rectangular mine tunnel with imperfect walls is considered. The modal expansion of the fields is complicated by the coupling of the basic modes by the… (More)