Penetration of an ordinary wave into a weakly inhomogeneous magnetoplasma at oblique incidence View Full Text


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DATE

1975-01

AUTHORS

J. Preinhaelter

ABSTRACT

A theory is given describing the propagation of high-frequency electromagnetic waves in a plane-stratified weakly inhomogeneous plasma. The density gradient is supposed to be perpendicular to the external magnetic field and the wave vector is expected not to be generally parallel to the plane given by both the preceding vectors. The analysis points out that the ordinary wave can penetrate through the plasma resonance region if the direction of vacuum wave vector is chosen appropriately. Analytical expressions for the reflecion and transmission coefficients are obtained and their dependence on the direction cosines of the wave vector of the incident is studied. The paper further shows in outline that, after transmission through the plasma resonance, the ordinary wave is transformed into an extraordinary wave and the latter is reflected back to the region of the hybrid resonance. In this region the extraordinary wave is fully transformed into the Bernstein modes. More... »

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39-50

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01589670

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