## Ferrites at Microwave FrequenciesPlane waves in an infinite ferrite medium. Longitudinally magnetised ferrite in circular waveguide. Transversely magnetised ferrite in circular waveguide. Circular waveguide devices. Transversely magnetised ferrite in rectangular waveguide. Rectangular waveguide devices. Y-junction circulator. Stripline and microstrip devices. mm-Wave devices. High-power and non-linear effects. Perturbation theory and measurements. |

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### Contents

Preface | 1 |

Plane waves in an infinite fertile medium | 18 |

Longitudinally magnetised ferrite in circular waveguide | 45 |

Transversely magnetised for rite in circular waveguide | 78 |

Circular waveguide devices | 98 |

Transversely magnetised ferrite in rectangular waveguide | 118 |

Rectangular waveguide devices | 141 |

Y junction circulator | 161 |

Stripline and microstrip devices | 181 |

Millimetre wave devices | 206 |

Highpower and nonlinear effects | 220 |

Perturbation theory and measurements | 235 |

Appendixes | 256 |

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