Electromagnetic Waveguides: Theory and Applications
Intended for first year graduate students, this book addresses the basic problems associated with a waveguide as a communication medium. It includes studies of metallic cylindrical waveguides, surface impedance waveguides, dielectrical and open waveguides and natural waveguides. Special attention is paid to millimetric and optical waveguides.
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Waveguides with constant impedance walls
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