Abstract

The technique of separation of variables, combined with the boundary-value method, is employed in an examination of the scattering features of two parallel, nonoverlapping, cladded bianisotropic uniaxial chiral fibers. Parameter studies are performed that show the influences of anisotropic chirality, nonreciprocity, and geometrical size of the chiral fibers on the Mueller scattering matrix and the extinction cross section of far-zone fields. Some unique phenomena are found and discussed.

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