Circular waveguide with azimuthally magnetized. Gyrotropic medium
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An equation has been derived for determining propagation constants in a circular waveguide with azimuthally magnetized bigyrotropic filling. A computer was used to study the dispersion properties, electromagnetic field structure, and distribution of the components of the Poynting vector over the waveguide cross section in the case of a ferrite filling described by a permeability tensor with unequal diagonal components.
KeywordsPermeability Ferrite Electromagnetic Field Propagation Constant Field Structure
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