In order to keep the electric field of the incident wave in the direction of the Y axis, we assume that the incidence is a TE wave
in X-Z plane.
As shown in Figure 1, the constant transverse wavenumber (CTW) wave is employed as the incident wave in this discussion , and a TE wave
plane is used here.
This paper focuses on the problem of monochromatic TE wave
propagation in a plane two-layered dielectric waveguide [summation] filled with Kerr media.
The characteristic matrix M[d] for TE wave
at incidence angle [[theta].sub.0] from vacuum to a 1D PC structure is given by 
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.
Total Reflection of TE Waves
. Considering the configuration in Figure 1, a TE wave
is incident from a semi-infinite isotropic medium into a biaxial anisotropic medium at an oblique angle [[theta].sub.i].
The complex amplitude of monochromatic electric field E(x, y)[e.sup.-i[omega]t] for the TE wave
satisfies the Helmholtz equation in the region without sources and drains:
As shown in Figure 1(b), the reflection phase R can be computed using a normally incident TE wave
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.
For two-dimensional electromagnetic scattering problems, rectangular components of the electromagnetic field may be classified as independent groups, namely, TM wave and TE wave
. In TM wave, as an example, FDTD difference equation has the following form :