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Connection of a coaxial transmission line to a partially filled rectangular waveguide

V. N. Pochernyaev


Coaxial–waveguide junctions are used widely in microwave receiving and transmitting channels of communication equipment. Designing of microwave channels on rectangular waveguides partially filled with a dielectric has a number of advantages, the main ones of which are the possibility of increasing the dielectric strength and reducing the dimensions. Such junctions occurs also in that case. The connection of a coaxial transmission line to a partially filled rectangular waveguide (PFRW) is called a CPFRW junction. The purpose of the work was to investigate the input impedance of such a junction, when only dominant types of waves propagate in both transmission lines…

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