Electromagnetic Field Penetration into a Spherical Cavity

@inproceedings{Thomas1974ElectromagneticFP,
  title={Electromagnetic Field Penetration into a Spherical Cavity},
  author={Billie Thomas and Gerard A. Desjardins},
  year={1974}
}
A plane wave is symmetrically incident on a spherical shell with a circular aperture. The fields inside and outside the cavity are expanded in terms of spherical vector wave functions and the modal coefficients are found by application of the least squares method to the boundary conditions. Computed data are obtained and the results exhibited in the form of amplitude curves of the interior and aperture fields as functions of position for a variety of cavity and aperture sizes. Within the cavity… CONTINUE READING

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