By K.I. Hopcraft, P.R. Smith

This remedy may be of use to an individual embarking on a theoretical or sensible research of inverse electromagnetic scattering.

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If the integration takes place over all space, and there are many wavelengths of the illuminating radiation between the source, scatterer and point of reception, the asymptotic form of the solution 1J'(x') and the Green's function must satisfy the Sommerfeld radiation condition. If this is the case then the integrand of the surface integral above is 0(lx'I-3), and so the integral is 0(lx'I-1). 5) where we have altered the dummy variable of integration from x to x' and used the symmetry of the Green's function.

5. JElsin6. In region 1, the solution corresponds to an incident plane wave of amplitude A and a reflected wave of amplitude R(k,8). In region 2, there are waves transmitted and reflected within the slab, which propagate in the forward and backward directions respectively. The phase speed of waves in this region is slower than in regions 1 and 3 due to the presence of the larger permittivity. In region 3 there is a forward propagating wave only, with the same phase speed as that in region 1 and with transmission amplitude T 3 (k,8).

The incident wave is assumed, in the first instance, to be plane polarized with polarization vector orientated in the z-direction (the Transverse-Electric or TE mode). 5). The problem therefore consists of having to solve the wave equation in three separate regions and matching the solutions using the boundary conditions for the electromagnetic field. 5) as follows: d2i; ~+q12i;=0, Region 1, xa, where q2 = k(£2 - £lsin 2 8)112. 5. JElsin6. In region 1, the solution corresponds to an incident plane wave of amplitude A and a reflected wave of amplitude R(k,8).