TE wave

TE wave

[¦tē′ē ‚wāv]
(electromagnetism)
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The fields within the horns can be expressed in terms of cylindrical TE wave functions which include Hankel functions (TM waves are not supported by SIW structures).
The reflectance bandwidth for the TE wave (as shown in Figure 4(a)) is obviously enlarged when the angle of incidence increases, as compared to the reflectance bandwidth of normal incidence.
The amplitude of the converted TE wave would increase with the distance over which the optical and magnetic wave interact.
In the optical regime, a surface plasmon resonance can be excited if a noble metal is illuminated by a TE wave [47].
As shown in Figure 1(b), the reflection phase R can be computed using a normally incident TE wave by
In the framework of the proposed model the process of transient TE wave excitation by the ring electric current in both homogeneous and radially inhomogeneous biconical line is analyzed.
It indicates the validation of the proposed method for TE wave at oblique incidence situation.
We give the wavelength of the defect modes for different angles of incidence in TE wave in Table 3.
Kilmer, "Finite difference frequency domain (FDFD) modeling of two dimensional TE wave propagation and scattering," Proc.
21]) reveals the reflection (transmission) coefficient for the case that the incident plane wave is TE wave but the generated reflection (transmission) wave is TM wave, while [R.
For a TE wave, the continuity of the longitudinal component of the magnetic induction field, [B.
In this section, performance of the reciprocal cloak is simulated under TE wave irradiation.