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Approximate formulas for lateral electromagnetic pulses from a horizontal electric dipole on the surface of one-Dimensionally anisotropic medium

Li, K. and Lu, Y. and LI, M. (2005) Approximate formulas for lateral electromagnetic pulses from a horizontal electric dipole on the surface of one-Dimensionally anisotropic medium. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 53 (3). pp. 933-937. ISSN 0018-926X

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Abstract

In this paper, approximate formulas are derived for the electromagnetic pulse due to a delta-function current in a horizontal electric dipole on the planar boundary between a homogeneous isotropic medium and one-dimensionally anisotropic medium. The components of the electric field consist of two delta-function lateral pulses which decrease with the amplitude factor 2 and travel along the boundary with different velocities and different amplitudes. Also, it is noted that the formulas for the time-dependent magnetic field components obtained by Fourier transforms from the approximate formulas in the frequency domain are not adequate.