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Polaritonic Microwave Waves of Inclined Incidence in Some Magnetodielectric Superlattices

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This paper concerns a theoretical study of microwave phonon-polaritons excited in a planar magneto-dielectric composite by a plane electromagnetic wave obliquely incident on its surface. The composite consists of alternately spaced piezoelectric and piezomagnetic layers having transverse isotropic properties for both electromagnetic and elastic parameters. Results include direction-dependent dispersion for phase velocity of phonon-polariton modes being excited by the incident electromagnetic wave in the superlattice in consideration here. A peculiar kind of coupling is proved to appear in the system treated, which do not exist in the case of electromagnetic waves propagating along principal symmetry axes. The paper concludes with a short review of available literature data on current and prospective applications of the microwave polaritons.
  • Faculty of Electronics, Military University of Technology, S. Kaliskiego 2, 00-908 Warsaw, Poland
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