A Comprehensive Analysis of Quasiplanar Waveguides for Millimeter-Wave Application

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Publication Details

Author(s): Schmidt LP
Publisher: IEEE
Publication year: 1981
Language: English


Abstract

Quasiplanar waveguides are analyzed which consist of a thin, partially
metallized dielectric substrate inserted in the E-plane of a rectangular
waveguide. Several slots or strips in symmetric or non-symmetric
positions are allowed on each substrate surface. The analysis is based
on a simplified formulation of the spectral domain immittance matrix
followed by a Galerkin's method. The analysis has been extended to
include the computation of higher order propagating and evanescent modes
as well as the characteristic impedances of the dominant modes.
Numerical results are presented for various configurations with strips
or slots on one or both air-dielectric interfaces illustrating the
flexibility of the applied method.


FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Schmidt, Lorenz-Peter Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Lehrstuhl für Hochfrequenztechnik


How to cite

APA:
Schmidt, L.-P. (1981). A Comprehensive Analysis of Quasiplanar Waveguides for Millimeter-Wave Application. In Proceedings of the European Microwave Conference. Amsterdam, NL: IEEE.

MLA:
Schmidt, Lorenz-Peter. "A Comprehensive Analysis of Quasiplanar Waveguides for Millimeter-Wave Application." Proceedings of the European Microwave Conference, Amsterdam IEEE, 1981.

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