circular waveguide

circular waveguide

[′sər·kyə·lər ′wāv‚gīd]
(electromagnetism)
A waveguide whose cross-sectional area is circular.
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A Gaussian horn introduces a smooth transition between the circular waveguide aperture and the horn aperture in the sense that the cylindrical waves in the waveguide transform to nearly spherical waves inside the horn and then back to cylindrical waves at the horn aperture.
A feedhorn has been developed that mates with the LNC's circular waveguide and operates over the entire 11.
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The dielectric rod can be excited by a circular waveguide.
Products covered by the repair or replacement warranty are television broadcast filters, combiners, rigid and circular waveguide transmission lines, antennas (excluding MDS and MMDS) and related broadcast accessories when they are incorporated into an Andrew broadcast RF system.
Products made at the Andrew Tinley Park Global Broadcast Headquarters include: ALP Series antennas for low or medium power broadcast applications, HMD Series broadcast antennas for wireless cable applications, GUIDELine(R) circular waveguide, WIDELine(TM) and MACXLine(TM) rigid coaxial transmission line for high power VHF and UHF transmission requirements, and connectors and accessories for HELIAX(R) air dielectric cable.
These include the TRASAR(R) traveling wave antenna line for television transmission; the GUIDELine(R) high power, single mode circular waveguide feeder; and circular waveguide for microwave transmission and antennas for wireless and cellular applications.
Isotropic, Anisotropic and Gyromagnetic Circular Waveguides.