Analysis of a coaxial line-circular waveguide junction used for measurement of materials
AbstractA coaxial line terminated by a circular waveguide of arbitrary radius filled by a layered material medium is studied. A full-wave analysis of the structure via a mode-matching formulation is outlined. The equations are valid for both dielectric and magnetic materials. The model allows the study of the junction as a nondestructive testing tool. With an accurate theory, this scheme may be used to measure both complex permittivity and permeability of the material
|Book||13th International Conference on Microwaves, Radar and Wireless Communications. 2000. MIKON-2000, vol. 1, 2000|
|Keywords in English||arbitrary radius circular waveguide, circular waveguides, coaxial cables, coaxial line-circular waveguide junction, Complex permittivity, dielectric materials, full-wave analysis, layered material medium, MAGNETIC MATERIALS, magnetic permeability measurement, mode matching, mode-matching formulation, nondestructive testing, nondestructive testing tool, permeability, permittivity measurement, waveguide junctions, waveguide theory|
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