The feed rectangular waveguide
of the transition structure, so the antenna structure, is selected as WR75 standard rectangular waveguide
to be compatible with most of the Ku-band satellite communication applications.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Classical circular waveguide, (b) classical rectangular waveguide
, (c) equilateral triangular waveguide of this paper, and (d) reference coordinate system used.
Figure 7 displays the EM SE of the oriented nanocomposites obtained by WR510 and WR340 rectangular waveguides
We consider multiple uniaxial complex 2D discontinuities between rectangular waveguides
in isotropic medium as shown in Fig.
It is worth noting that, unlike a metal waveguide, a rectangular waveguide
with dielectric walls supports neither TM nor TE modes.
In this approach, we simulated the frequency response of the rectangular waveguide
structure by providing specific material characteristics and extracted these parameters from the full-wave EM scattering parameters.
A rectangular waveguide
with an ideal hard surface is studied, which is modeled by alternating the longitudinal perfect electric conductor (PEC) and perfect magnetic conductor (PMC) strips with vanishing widths.
Conciauro, "Dispersion characteristics of substrate integrated rectangular waveguide
,"IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Vol.
Also SIW possesses merits with respect to the conventional rectangular waveguide
and has been widely implemented in microwave components and circuit designs [15-26].
2(a), the case of non-centered iris in a rectangular waveguide
has been analyzed, by decomposing the iris in the cascade of
101] refer to the notation common to rectangular waveguide
in which modes TE are with respect to the direction on which propagation occurs.
Sanyal, "Analysis of an end launcher for an X-band rectangular waveguide
," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.