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# Adv Electromag Waves ECE 6341

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Date Created: 09/19/15
ECE 6341 Spring 2009 Prof David R Jackson ECE Dept Notes 5 TMX SurfaceWave Solution h i R TEN 251M g 202M x I k k W x x 201 1 ZOZM 0 mg 080 1 1 kxl klz k222 kxo k02 k222 Zn jZOTlM tankx1h Z 203M TMx SurfaceWave Solution cont TRE Em 2m jZOTlM tankxlh ZoM k k Hence j X1tankxlh A 081 080 or 8r 2 j 11 jtanchlh x0 Note Assuming a real k2 a solution will only exist if kxo is imaginary TMx SurfaceWave Solution cont 1 2 2 5 Let kxO ax0 a axO k2 k0 Then we have 1 2 2 E l or 19216032 Note This must be solved numerically Properties of SurfaceWave Solution Assumptions A lossless structure A bound surfacewave solution the fields decay at x 00 Properties of SW Solution cont Property 1 k2 is real Otherwise conservative of energy is violated x I 00 Pm E Pout Z L Assume 2aL k2 a Pout Pine Properties of SW Solution cont Property 2 k2 210 Otherwise 8r imaginary no solution possible 8r 2 k jtaIKCxlh x0 1 1 k12 k222 axO k22k022 x1 Properties of SW Solution cont Property 3 kzlt k1 1 Otherwise kx1 2 k12 k222 j0x1 a 1 I th x t h n IS case 8r axo 311 Jaxl x0 j 1 tarmltax1hgt 06 tanhax1h x0 2 negative number TEX Solution for Slab h R TE 0 00 ZOTIE E 202E kxo ZTE W1 01 x k x1 TRE Z k x1 x0 k or i tankx1h Il lr kxl TEX Solution for Slab cont 12 Using kxo jax0 05x0 2 k22 02 we have i j tanchlh lur kxl L r or tankx1h kxl Graphical Solution for SW Modes Consider TMx 06x06 kxl tankx1h or axoh i kxlh tankx1h 8 I Let then Graphical Solution cont We can develop another equation by relating u and v u hk12 k2212 V hk22 k0212 Hence L12 h2 klz kzz add v2 hz kz2 k02 Graphical Solution cont u2 v2 142k12 koz 0th n12 1 Define R2 E koh2 n12 1 Note R is proportional to frequency Then Graphical Solution cont V K 112v2 2R2 R2 E koh2n12 1 TM0 v utanu Graphical Solution cont v Graph for a Higher Frequency TM0 i 7r2 Improper SW v lt 0 Proper vs Improper v axoh If v gt 0 proper SW fields decrease in x direction If v lt 0 improper SW fields increase in x direction Cutoff frequency the transition between a proper and improper mode Note This definition is different from that for a closed waveguide structure where k2 O at the cutoff frequency Cutoff frequency TM1 mode V 0 TMx Cutoff Frequency v i i i TMI R7r 7 g u R a E a E For other TM modes Further Properties of Solutions obtained rom the graphical solwutiwon Property 1 k2 CO 21th Proof v axoh wk koz Atffc v20 so kzk0 Properties of SW Solutions cont Property 2 k2 gt k1 at f gt 00 Proof 7t 37 u gtconst etc 2 2 Hence u kxlh h 12 k22 gt const k 2 k2 SO klh 1 f gt const so X gt 1 1 1 TM0 Mode The TM0 mode has three special properties TM0 1 No cutoff fc gt 0 Proof see graphical solution TM0 2 Proof Hence TM0 Mode cont 91 as f gt0 k0 1 1 2 vz utanuz u 6 6 I I hxkzz k02 z gihzac kgt 2 2 k0 E 1ik0h2 1112 5 k0 8r k0 Dispersion Plot TEX Modes kx1 luraxO 1 rt k h axoh klh an x axoh kxlh cot kxlh i r TEX Modes cont No TE0 mode f6 0 TE1 cutoff frequency at R 7f 2 In general TEX Modes cont 1 v ucotu M u hk12 k2212 v hk22 k0212 At this frequency u 0 For lower frequencies u becomes imaginary If we wish to track the TE1 ISW for lower frequencies we need to re formulate the graphical solution 25

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