Solution of the Electromagnetic Waves Propagation Through a Stratified Medium Problem

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The problem of plane monochromatic linearly polarized electromagnetic wave diffraction through a stratified nonabsorbing medium is solved by means of general Maxwell equations solution expansion on fundamental solutions system for each layer, in case of isotropic media - for each separate polarization. In case of isotropic media for one (TE or TM) polarization the problem is equivalent to one of solving a linear algebraic equations system - two boarder equations on each boarder. In case of general monochromatic polarized electromagnetic wave the problem is equivalent to the solution of linear algebraic equations system with four equations on each boarder. In general the dimension of linear algebraic equations system is 4(m + 1), where m is the number of layers. In case of anisotropic media the problem must be solved for both TE and TM polarizations simultaneously, the coefficient matrix of differential equations system for each layer doesnt have zero blocks.

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A A Khokhlov

Peoples Friendship University of Russia

Email: aaxoxlov@sci.pfu.edu.ru
Кафедра систем телекоммуникаций; Российский университет дружбы народов; Peoples Friendship University of Russia

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