inductive post

inductive post

[in′dək·tiv ′pōst]
(electromagnetism)
Metal post or screw extending across a waveguide parallel to the E field, to add inductive susceptance in parallel with the waveguide for tuning or matching purposes.
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It is consisted of two perpendicular SIW structures, three SIW to microstrip line transitions and an inductive post. In Figure 2, [W.sub.taper] and [l.sub.taper] are the width and the length of transition, respectively.
The inductive post which is short circuited between the up and down sides of SIW is placed at the center of the power divider.
Therefore, what needed to be optimized to realize the output port matching after the modelling of SIW structures are the dimensions of SIW-microstrip line transitions, and the size as well as location of the inductive post. According to the recommendation of [19], the diameter of the post, [D.sub.post], is optimized to reduce the reflection with initial value of 1/4 waveguide wavelength.
It consists of a T-junction with an inductive post, three SIW to 50 Q microstrip line transitions for testing convenience and three DGS cell which provides band stop function.
Goto, "An analysis of a waveguide T junction with an inductive post," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.
Inductive posts are used at the corners to help the wave travel fluently and reduce the return loss.
The ceramic loaded iris was first matched with a single large inductive post to form a single cavity.
The ceramic loaded iris was then matched with inductive posts on both sides, forming a two-cavity filter.
This window grid was then matched with inductive posts, as shown in Figure 5.
The iris was matched at 500 MHz using two inductive posts. The performance of the WR-1800 window is shown in Figure 8.