Interaction of a plane electromagnetic wave with a structure consisting of a strip grating, a metamaterial layer, and magnetized plasma: Resonance effects and their interpretation

ArticleinRadiophysics and Quantum Electronics 54(4):251-263 · September 2011with3 Reads
Impact Factor: 0.96 · DOI: 10.1007/s11141-011-9287-3

    Abstract

    We reduce the boundary-value problem of the diffraction of a plane electromagnetic wave by a structure, which consists of
    a strip grating, a metamaterial layer, and magnetized plasma, to a system of linear algebraic second-kind equations with the
    kernel operator. Resonance properties of this structure are studied, and it is found that in the low-frequency range, it has
    several series of an infinite number of resonance frequencies with condensation points at certain finite frequencies.