A model of Four Rods R.F.Q.
Fig.1 shows one of the R.F.Q. structures proposed from Frankfurt. It can be thought as built from a chain of modules made with a line of length h, short-circuited at one end and loaded at the other end from the parallel of two lines, each of them of length 1/2, open-ended.
KeywordsResonance Frequency Angular Frequency Computer Code Resonance Condition Input Impedance
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