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Characterisation of arbitrary media in fields

Characterisation of arbitrary media in fields

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An obstacle in a field may be uniquely defined by a linear operator, provided that its constituent media are time-invariant, linear and passive. The properties, measurement and uses of this operator are discussed, and examples are given.

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