## Electromagnetic and scalar diffraction by a right-angled wedge with a uniform surface impedance |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION | 1 |

SCALAR WAVE DIFFRACTION | 7 |

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE DIFFRACTION | 27 |

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1+cosO boundary condition 3a chapter current line source cylindrical wave illumination dielectric cover dielectric slab dielectric-covered ground plane dielectric-covered surface diffracted field diffracted ray Dirichlet boundary condition dyadic diffraction coefficient dyads electric current line Fermat's principle Fresnel integrals functional transformation geometrical optics field geometrical theory given in Eq Green's function impedance boundary condition incident field jksin jksin<j large parameter line source illuminating line source located magnetic current line magnetic line source method of steepest Neumann boundary condition obtained perfectly-conducting surface perfectly-conducting wedge plane wave illumination pole singularity radiation pattern ray-fixed coordinate system reactance surface reactive surface reflected field reflection boundaries reflection coefficient right-angled wedge saddle point contribution scalar diffraction coefficients shadow and reflection shown in Fig Sommerfeld radiation condition spherical wave illumination steepest descent surface wave diffraction theory of diffraction total field trigonometric functions uniform surface impedance unit vector wave normally incident wedge diffraction