Weakly Dispersive Spectral Theory of Transients, Part I: Formulation and Interpretation


Dispersive effects in transient propagation and scattering are usually negligible over the high frequency portion of the signal spectrnm, and for certain configurations, they may be neglected altogether. The sonrce-excited field may then be expressed as a continuous spatial spectrum of nondispersive timeharmonic local plane waves, which can be inverted in… (More)


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