Abstract

We compute the differential scattering cross sections for a dielectric helix whose dimensions are comparable to the incident radiation wavelength, using a discrete model and a multiple scattering development (low energy model). The numerical results are compared to experimental data on microwave scattering by a dielectric right-handed helix.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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