Radiation from an open-ended coaxial transmission line into an N-layer dielectric medium is studied in application to nondestructive evaluation of materials. Explicit formulations for two cases of layered media, one terminated into an infinite half-space and the other into a conducting sheet are addressed in general form. In the theoretical derivations it is assumed that only the fundamental TEM mode propagates inside the coaxial line. The terminating admittance of the line is then formulated using the continuity of the power flow across the aperture. The admittance expressions for specific cases of two-layer dielectric composite with generally lossy dielectric properties, and a two-layer composite backed by a conducting sheet are presented and inspected explicitly. The numerical results of the aperture admittance formulation are discussed and compared with the available infinite half-space model which had been experimentally verified
R. Zoughi et al., "Analysis of Radiation from an Open-Ended Coaxial Line into Stratified Dielectrics," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1994.
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N-Layer Dielectric Medium; Aperture Admittance Formulation; Coaxial Cables; Coaxial Transmission Line; Conducting Sheet; Dielectric Measurement; Electric Admittance; Electric Sensing Devices; Fundamental TEM Mode; Materials Testing; Microwave Measurement; Nondestructive Evaluation; Nondestructive Testing; Open-Ended Coaxial Line; Radiation Analysis; Stratified Dielectrics; Terminating Admittance; Transmission Line Theory; Two-Layer Dielectric Composite; Composite Testing and Evaluation; Electromagnetic Formulation-Probe Development and Antennas
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