capacitive diaphragm

capacitive diaphragm

[kə′pas·əd·iv ′dī·ə‚fram]
(electromagnetism)
A resonant window used in a waveguide to provide the equivalent of capacitive reactance at the frequency being transmitted.
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On the gas dependence of thermal transpiration and a critical appraisal of correction methods for capacitive diaphragm gauges, Vacuum, Vol.