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Radially Inhomogeneous Spherical Dielectric Lens for Matching 100-ps Pulses Into Biological Targets
Prashanth Kumar, Serhat Altunc, Carl E. Baum, C. Jerald Buchenauer, Christos G. Christodoulou, Edl Schamiloglu
IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science
Volume: 38, Issue: 8, 8 August 2010
1915 - 1927
Dielectric lens, electromagnetic pulse (EMP), focal waveform, focusing lens, impulse radiating antenna, prolate spheroid
Design, simulations, and experiments on a radially inhomogeneous spherical dielectric lens, that is used at the second focal point of a prolate-spheroidal impulse radiating antenna, are presented. This lens is designed to match 100-ps pulses into a biological medium. The higher field amplitude and smaller spot size obtained with such a lens are useful for various bioelectric applications.

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