Electromagnetic penetration into 2D multiple slotted rectangular cavity: TE-wave

Electromagnetic penetration into 2D multiple slotted rectangular cavity: TE-wave

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Electromagnetic wave penetration into a two-dimensional rectangular cavity with multiple slots in an infinite conducting plane with a finite thickness is investigated. The Fourier transform and a mode-matching technique are used to obtain simultaneous equations, which are solved to represent the scattered and penetrated fields in series forms suitable for numerical computations.


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