Natural electromagnetic modes in cylindrical waveguide junctions and their use for nondestructive microwave measurements of electromagnetic characteristics of materials
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On the basis of mathematical analysis of electromagetic modes in cylindrical and radial waveguide junction an automatic nondestructive complex allowing to measure electromagnetic parameters of materials (ferrites, leucosapphires, etc.) was developed. Complex is characterized by high sensitivity to variations of parameters and small error of measurements, confirmed by comparison of received data with ones of certified materials.
KeywordsMicrowave Ferrite Mathematical Analysis Small Error Receive Data
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