Radiation Characteristics of Antennas Embedded in a Medium With a Two-Temperature Electron Population

Abstract

It is well-known that low-frequency electromagnetic (EM) signals are heavily attenuated in a medium with dense electron population. All signals below the plasma frequency of the medium get cut off. If we create in this medium, a small population of relatively hot electrons the composite medium then supports low-frequency electrostatic oscillations known as… (More)

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@article{Mudaliar2012RadiationCO, title={Radiation Characteristics of Antennas Embedded in a Medium With a Two-Temperature Electron Population}, author={Saba Mudaliar and V. I. Sotnikov}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation}, year={2012}, volume={60}, pages={4545-4555} }