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Microwave Transmission Design Data : Microwave Library - Theodore Moreno

Microwave Transmission Design Data

Microwave Library

Hardcover Published: 19th January 1989
ISBN: 9780890063460
Number Of Pages: 260

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Prefacep. v
General Considerations for Microwave Transmission Lines
Microwavesp. 1
The Nature of Transmission Linesp. 1
Ordinary Transmission-line Theoryp. 2
Validity of Ordinary Line Theoryp. 5
The Effects of Below-cutoff Modes on a Transmission Linep. 7
Attenuation, Impedance Matching, and Reflections on Transmission Lines
Attenuation in Transmission Linesp. 11
Reflections and Standing Wavesp. 18
Power-carrying Capacity of Transmission Linesp. 31
Impedance Relations on Transmission Lines
Characteristic Impedancep. 33
Sending End Impedance of Transmission Linesp. 35
Transmission Lines as Circuit Elementsp. 39
Impedance Diagrams for Transmission Linesp. 41
Some Simple Impedance Transformersp. 51
General Formulas for Coaxial Lines
Introductionp. 59
Parameters of Coaxial Linesp. 60
Propagation Characteristicsp. 62
Field Configurationp. 65
Breakdown in a Coaxial Linep. 66
Maximum Power That Can Be Carried by a Coaxial Linep. 67
Impedance of Resonant Linesp. 68
Higher Modes in Coaxial Linesp. 69
Flexible Cables
General Informationp. 73
High-frequency Phenomenap. 75
Coaxial Line Structures and Transformers
Miscellaneous Structuresp. 82
Impedance Transformers in Coaxial Linep. 103
General Formulas for Wave Guides
General Discussion of Wave Guidesp. 111
Field Distribution in Wave Guidesp. 113
Cutoff in Wave Guidesp. 118
Wavelength in Wave Guidesp. 122
Power-carrying Capacity of Wave Guidesp. 123
Wave Guides without Metal Wallsp. 125
Commercially Available Wave Guides and Their Selectionp. 125
Attenuation in Wave Guides
Conductor Lossesp. 130
Dielectric Lossesp. 138
Attenuation Resulting from Both Conductor and Dielectric Lossesp. 140
Attenuation in a Wave Guide below Cutoffp. 140
Obstacles, Discontinuities, and Junctions
General Discussionp. 142
Metallic Windowsp. 143
Metallic Postsp. 149
Resonant Structures in Wave Guidesp. 150
Tee Junctionsp. 157
Miscellaneous Wave-guide Structures
Changes of Direction and Polarizationp. 162
Wave-guide Connectorsp. 166
Pressurizing Windows for Wave Guidesp. 169
Flexible Wave Guidesp. 172
Shorting Plugs for Wave Guidesp. 173
Coupling through Holes in Wave Guidesp. 174
Coupling between Coaxial Lines and Wave Guidesp. 176
Wave-guide Bridge Circuitsp. 178
Tunable Wave-guide Impedance Transformersp. 184
Wave Guides Filled with Dielectric Material
Wave Guides Completely Filled with Dielectricp. 185
Reflections from Dielectric Plugs in Wave Guidesp. 187
Wave Guides Partially Filled with Dielectricp. 190
Reflections from Tapered Sections of Dielectricp. 196
Effect of a Dielectric Post in a Wave Guidep. 197
Dielectric Materials
Summary of M. I. T. Reportsp. 198
Cavity Resonators
General Discussionp. 210
Methods by Which Resonator Parameters Are Calculatedp. 213
Characteristics of Various Cavity Resonatorsp. 217
Effect of Temperature and Humidity upon the Resonant Frequency of a Cavityp. 230
Coupling between Resonators and Transmission Linesp. 231
Resonant Cavities as Filtersp. 240
Indexp. 243
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ISBN: 9780890063460
ISBN-10: 089006346X
Series: Microwave Library
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 260
Published: 19th January 1989
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.55