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guided wave

[′gīd·əd ′wāv]
(electromagnetism)
A wave whose energy is concentrated near a boundary or between substantially parallel boundaries separating materials of different properties and whose direction of propagation is effectively parallel to these boundaries; waveguides transmit guided waves.
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This guided wave mode exhibits higher frequencies in this case, thus turning into higher frequency features (500-600 kHz weighted Peak-Frequency).
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