coaxial transmission line

coaxial transmission line

[kō′ak·sē·əl tranz′mish·ən ‚līn]
(electromagnetism)
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In this sense, the application of inclusions in order to tailor the frequency response of a coaxial transmission line can be of interest in this type of applications.
The test structure comprises a radiating coaxial transmission line in a semi-infinite environment with a given thickness and ended by a metal plate for short circuit.
Region 2 is also a coaxial transmission line, and the entire region between the inner and outer conductors is filled with the liquid under test.
The inner and outer conductors of the coaxial transmission line are connected alternatively for the azimuthal omnidirectional coverage.
The mechanical alternative proposed in this work initially allows the conversion of the TM01 mode of the circular waveguide to the TEM coaxial transmission line mode, which has a cutoff frequency equal to zero.
Jampro also supplied coaxial transmission line, RCPU antenna switch frame, proline rigid transmission line and accessories.
The LinkCalc feature enables the user to select components from the company's full line of microwave products, including ValuLine[R] antennas, HELIAX[R] waveguide and coaxial transmission line, and DryLine[R] pressurization equipment.
CRTs are high power terminations in a shielded enclosure with a coaxial transmission line input.
2, SICL is a shielded planar coaxial transmission line, comprising a conductive stripline sandwiched between the two grounded dielectric layers and side-limited by two rows of metallic via holes, which is used to keeping it away from lateral leakage, cross-talk and the propagation of the unwanted parallel-plate mode [6].
A design contract for gas-cooled coaxial transmission line components was awarded in May.
A hollow conducting cylinder with a center conductor is a coaxial transmission line that supports a transverse electromagnetic wave (TEM).
At the end of World War II, coaxial transmission line circuits and components were second only to waveguides in breadth of application and sales volume.