parallel-plate waveguide

parallel-plate waveguide

[′par·ə‚lel ¦plāt ′wāv‚gīd]
(electromagnetism)
Pair of parallel conducting planes used for propagating uniform circularly cylindrical waves having their axes normal to the plane.
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In order to achieve large scanning angle and suppressing the grating lobes in beam scanning, SWS should be designed in the parallel-plate waveguide (PPW), for example, dielectric-filled PPW which reduces waveguide wavelength.
Its origin stems from radiation of fast switching surface current density mainly flowing through vias, which is conducted in the parallel-plate waveguide formed by the power planes of the circuit [4].
Amendola, "Analysis of substrate integrated waveguide structure based on the parallel-plate waveguide Green's function," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.
Amendola, "Analysis of substrate integrated waveguide structures based on the parallel-plate waveguide Green's function," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.
Macphie, "Scattering at an N-furcated parallel-plate waveguide junction," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory & Techniques, Vol.
Abstract: A passive, low-cost device built with a textured surface, consisting of a periodic lattice of metal patches, embedded in an inhomogeneous parallel-plate waveguide is proposed.
In particular, the parallel-plate waveguide between the annular and large reflectors should introduce a phase shift of 180[degrees].
There, a width-tapered half-width microstrip LW line embedded between two metallic planes (8 mm thick parallel-plate waveguide) has been used (Figure 7).
Kobayashi, "Combined Wiener-Hopf and perturbation analysis of the H-polarized plane wave diffraction by a semi-infinite parallel-plate waveguide with sinusoidal wall corrugation," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol.
A parallel-plate waveguide will be formed between top and bottom planes.
The operation of the TL-lens was verified by conducting a measurement inside a parallel-plate waveguide. By placing a single layer of the TL-lens inside a parallel-plate waveguide with the same height as the lens, we can effectively simulate the free-space scenario where the lens is infinitely periodic in the vertical direction.
Ettorre, "Efficient analysis of metallic and dielectric posts in parallel-plate waveguide structures," IEEE Transactions on MicrowaveTheory and Techniques, vol.