Pulsed Line Source Response of a Thin Sheet With High-Contrast Dielectric and Conductive Properties—A Time-Domain Analysis

@article{Hoop2013PulsedLS,
  title={Pulsed Line Source Response of a Thin Sheet With High-Contrast Dielectric and Conductive Properties—A Time-Domain Analysis},
  author={Adrianus T. de Hoop and Ling Ling Meng and Li Jun Jiang},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2013},
  volume={61},
  pages={5649-5657}
}
A methodology is presented for analytically modeling the reflection and transmission of line-source excited pulsed electromagnetic fields at a thin, planar layer with high-contrast dielectric and conductive properties. Closed-form analytic time-domain expressions are derived for the field components in a 2-D setting via an extension of the Cagniard-DeHoop method. The response to the power exponential source and the power exponential monocycle pulse were studied using the newly proposed method. 

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