The reflection of the extraordinary plane wave in a gyrotropic medium from a nonideal conducting comb and its passage through a transparent metallic grating are examined. It is shown that for the same incidence angle the losses in the comb and the transmissivity of the grating under certain conditions are strongly dependent on the arrival direction of the wave (nonreciprocal energy effect). Reflection from a comb is compared with reflection from a smooth nonideal conducting surface, located at the boundary between isotropic and gyrotropic media. It is shown that in this case the nonreciprocal effect is much less pronounced.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||Radio Engineering and Electronic Physics (English translation of Radiotekhnika i Elektronika)|
|State||Published - 1983|