On the linear theory of oblique magnetospheric chorus excitation
Some aspects of the theory of generation of magnetospheric chorus are discussed. An original approach to solving the problem of oblique chorus generation near the Gendrin angle is outlined and partially realized within the framework of a beam pulsed amplifier mechanism. Parameters of the resonance electron beam in the chorus excitation region are determined theoretically. A short electromagnetic pulse amplification is calculated by means of a linear approach. Some important properties of the oblique chorus emissions, such as the location of the excitation region, frequency band, wave vector direction, group velocity direction, temporary dynamics, and energy of particles and waves are explained.