Abstract

The scattering of a magnetodielectric multilayer has been studied by a first-order method. The model reported in this manuscript relies on the equivalence between heterogeneities of the medium and fictitious electric and magnetic sources. Types of inhomogeneities considered are roughness and bulk inhomogeneities and concern both permittivity and permeability. The numerical results are compared to those given in previous papers for optical scattering. It is shown in the microwave spectra that angle-resolved scattering allows identification of the scattering origins (permittivity or permeability spectra). The cases of isotropic films and metamaterials are presented and discussed.

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