Plane-Wave Propagation in Electromagnetic PQ Medium

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Plane-Wave Propagation in Electromagnetic PQ Medium. / Lindell, Ismo V.

In: PROGRESS IN ELECTROMAGNETICS RESEARCH-PIER, Vol. 154, 2015, p. 23-33.

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title = "Plane-Wave Propagation in Electromagnetic PQ Medium",
abstract = "Two basic classes of electromagnetic medium, recently defined as P and Q medium, are generalized to define the class of PQ media. Plane wave propagation in the general PQ medium is studied and the quartic dispersion equation is derived in analytic form applying four-dimensional dyadic formalism. The result is verified by considering various special cases of PQ media for which the dispersion equation is either decomposed to two quadratic equations or is identically satisfied (media with no dispersion equation). As a numerical example, the dispersion surface of a PQ medium with non-decomposable dispersion equation is considered.",
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