dielectric waveguide

dielectric waveguide

[‚dī·ə′lek·trik ′wāv‚gīd]
(electricity)
A waveguide consisting of a dielectric cylinder surrounded by air.
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The Gauss pulses distortion in layered cylindrical dielectric waveguide is investigated by I.
Slow-light propagation in a cylindrical dielectric waveguide with metamaterial cladding, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 44(2011): 1-6.
x,y] for a dielectric waveguide are the same as the wave vector components [k.
The effect is explained by behavior of guided modes in a planar dielectric waveguide [20].
Hafner, "FEM-based method for the simulation of dielectric waveguide grating biosensors," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Figure 12 shows the similarity between the guided modes of the dielectric waveguide and the EBG waveguide over its bandwidth, which can be used to simplify the simulation process.
A rectangular dielectric waveguide technique for determination of permittivity of materials at W-band.
The complex amplitude of an arbitrary optical field in the dielectric waveguide is generally a superposition of these modes:
The curves, based on the dielectric waveguide model, allow a designer to quickly predict the resonant frequency and Q-factor of a rectangular DRA without the need to solve a transcendental equation.
The resonant frequency of the RDRA can be easily determined using a dielectric waveguide model (DWM) [21].
In fact, the modes in rectangular dielectric waveguide are quasi-TEM modes.
The computer software was approbated by comparison with data of different published sources, for example, the dispersion characteristics of the rectangular dielectric waveguide [9] and the dielectric waveguide with the metal strip line [8].

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