An universal set of broadband high-Q measuring resonators operating in a frequency band of 0.6–180 GHz is described. The resonators may be used for physical investigations, measuring parameters of different media, and in spectroscopy, holography, radio-astronomy, communication engineering, and physical electronics. The microwave resonators with a mechanical frequency tuning range of 1/2 octave and higher and a loaded Q-factor of no less than 105 are created, and there is a possibility of electronic frequency adjustments in them.
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Original Russian Text © V.A. Karpovich, T.V. Gaevskaya, V.N. Rodionova, O.V. Tanana, 2013, published in Pribory i Tekhnika Eksperimenta, 2013, No. 3, pp. 47–52.
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Karpovich, V.A., Gaevskaya, T.V., Rodionova, V.N. et al. A set of measuring microwave resonators. Instrum Exp Tech 56, 289–293 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0020441213030068
- Coupling Element
- Microwave Resonator
- Semiconductor Diode
- Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
- Wide Tuning Range