## Spg4

Author: Stephen Balter, Rosanna C. Wolbarst, Patrizio Capasso, Devon J. Godfrey, Jacob Van Dyk, Shiva K. Curran, and Anthony B.

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Exact Solutions to Free Space Scalar Wave Equation and Their Finite Aperture Realizations. Among the infinite family of exact superluminal solutions of the Maxwell equations are waves known as X-waves (Rodrigues and Lu 1997). Scalar X-waves have been measured **spg4** by Lu and Greenleaf (1992), and subsequently by Lu, who showed that the peak of a finite aperture approximation to an acoustical X-wave can travel with **spg4** greater than the sound speed canines appearing in the homogeneous wave equation (Rodrigues and Lu 1997).

Rodrigues and Lu (1997) also performed several simulations for the propagation of X-waves, showing that their peaks can move with **spg4** speed, an effect subsequently verified by Saari and Reivelt (1997). These results do not violate special relativity because **spg4** the produced superluminal X-waves have wavefronts that travel with the speed parameter c (the **spg4** of light) that appears in the corresponding wave equation.

The superluminal motion of the **spg4** is therefore a transitory phenomenon similar to the reshaping phenomenon **spg4** occurs (under very special conditions) for waves **spg4** dispersive media with absorption or gain and which is in this case responsible for superluminal (or even negative) group velocities (Maiorino **spg4** Rodrigues 1999).

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