Transmission delay times of localized waves .

Schomerus, H. (2001) Transmission delay times of localized waves . Physical Review E, 64. 026606. ISSN 1550-2376

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Abstract

We investigate the effects of wave localization on the delay time � (frequency sensitivity of the scattering phase shift) of a wave transmitted through a disordered waveguide. Localization results in a separation �=�+�� of the delay time into two independent but equivalent contributions, associated to the left and right end of the waveguide. For N=1 propagating modes, � and �� are identical to half the reflection delay time of each end of the waveguide. In this case the distribution function P(�) in an ensemble of random disorder can be obtained analytically. For N>1 propagating modes the distribution function can be approximated by a simple heuristic modification of the single-channel problem. We find a strong correlation between channels with long reflection delay times and the dominant transmission channel.

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Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title:
Physical Review E
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688
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Deposited On:
31 Oct 2007
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Yes
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