Randomly Placed Line Source In The Presence Of Perfectly Electromagnetic Conducting Plane
Saeed Ahmed, Fazli Manan

An analytic theory for the electromagnetic scattering from a perfect electromagnetic conducting (PEMC) plane on which a line source has been randomly placed, is developed by using the duality transformation which was introduced by Lindell and Sihvola. The theory allows for the occurrence of cross-polarized fields in the scattered wave, a feature which does not exist in standard scattering theory. This is why the medium is named as PEMC. PEMC medium can be transformed to perfectly electric conducting (PEC) or perfectly magnetic condicting (PMC) media. As an application, plane wave reflection from a planar interface of air and PEMC medium is studied. PEC and PMC are the limiting cases, where there is no cross-polarized component.

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