Shielded suspended dielectric guide
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The dispersion characteristics of a shielded suspended dielectric are computed using mode matching technique. From the dispersion characteristics the dielectric and conductor loss, quality factor and wave impedances are derived. The dimensions of shielded suspended dielectric are same as that of a rectangular metallic wave guide at Ka band.
KeywordsQuality Factor Dispersion Characteristic Match Technique Wave Guide Wave Impedance
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