H-plane bend

H-plane bend

[¦āch ‚plān ‚bend]
(electromagnetism)
A rectangular waveguide bend in which the longitudinal axis of the waveguide remains in a plane parallel to the plane of the magnetic field vector throughout the bend. Also known as H bend.
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Hence, with simple numerical interpolation on the database values, the electrical parameters of the n-port equivalent circuit can be obtained, in the same way in which, for example, the pure shunt of an H-plane bend can be obtained from the quasi-analytical formulas or from the graphical interpolation of the plots reported on pages 318-322 of [5].
k] values of the equivalent circuit have also been obtained for the H-plane bend shown in Fig.
The H-plane bend (without irises) has been analyzed with the boundary contour mode-matching method [14, 15] and a numerical code has been developed.
As the irises are directly connected to the H-plane bend, the condition on (16), which has been used to evaluate the minimum length t/a to neglect the k-th mode in the iris, must be replaced by
The same response can also be observed if one end of the filter is connected with an H-plane bend.
H-plane bends of different angles and E-plane steps are used to connect these components.