microwave transmission line

microwave transmission line

[′mī·krə‚wāv tranz′mish·ən ‚līn]
(electromagnetism)
A material structure forming a continuous path from one place to another and capable of directing the transmission of electromagnetic energy along this path.
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Ports 1 and 2 in Figure 1 are connected to the VNA inputs using low-loss microwave transmission line.
As is well known, basic RF parameters of microwave transmission line are expressed by a periodic capacitance and inductance of LC equivalent circuit [9, 10].
The frequency dispersive characteristics of the microwave transmission line provides different spectral components rearranged in time and is utilized for encoding of chipless RFID tags.
Microwave Transmission Line Circuits is a pick for any professional engineering reference library and offers engineers a basic survey of the properties of planar transmission lines for integrated circuits, including matrix and computer-aided methods for analysis and design.
The synthesis technique resulted from a line of research into electromagnetic bandgap structures and is based on perturbing the physical shape of a microwave transmission line. Following the procedures developed in [8-10], and knowing a priori the shape of the original available impulse and the frequency response of the transmitting antenna, it is possible to determine the optimal frequency response of the microstrip line to be fabricated.
In this research paper, the scientists show that a magnetic field-pulsed microwave transmission line containing an array of superconducting quantum interference devices, or SQUIDs, not only reproduces physics analogous to that of a radiating black hole, but does so in a system where the high energy and quantum mechanical properties are well understood and can be directly controlled in the laboratory.
For such ultrafast signals, even a short connection line has to be treated as a microwave transmission line. In a multichip-module environment, traveling delay, crosstalk and signal distortion become very crucial.
Malherbe, Microwave Transmission Line Filters, Artech House, Norwood, MA, 1979.
The distinguishing features of a given microwave transmission line are the cross-sectional shape of the region between the center conductor and the outer conductor and the dielectric material used.
Malherbe, Microwave Transmission Line Couplers, Artech House Inc., Norwood, MA, 1988.
The microwave transmission line and antenna structure must be flexible and small in diameter to allow insertion into the catheter.
These oscillators use a ceramic dielectric resonator as the stabilizing element, coupling it to a microwave transmission line in a series or parallel configuration.

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