transverse electromagnetic mode


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transverse electromagnetic mode

[trans¦vərs i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′mōd]
(electromagnetism)
A mode in which a particular transverse electromagnetic wave is propagated in a waveguide or cavity. Abbreviated TEM mode.
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The gigahertz transverse electromagnetic mode (GTEM) cell was first proposed in 1987 (1) and subsequently patented in 1989 by D.
TEM stands for Transverse Electromagnetic Mode today, though at one time it meant Transverse Excitation Mode.
A standard transverse electromagnetic mode coaxial resonator loaded with ceramic material with a relative dielectric constant of 38.6 was selected.

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