Measurement of ɛ and tan δ by the perturbation method in a rectangular cavity
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These measurements are considered for circular and rectangular rods, and also flat plates; relative methods are used, in order to simplify the technique and increase the accuracy. Test results are given.
KeywordsFlat Plate Perturbation Method Relative Method Rectangular Cavity
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