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transverse electromagnetic mode
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transverse electromagnetic mode[trans¦vərs i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′mōd]
A mode in which a particular transverse electromagnetic wave is propagated in a waveguide or cavity. Abbreviated TEM mode.
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The gigahertz transverse electromagnetic mode
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TEM stands for Transverse Electromagnetic Mode
today, though at one time it meant Transverse Excitation Mode.
A standard transverse electromagnetic mode
coaxial resonator loaded with ceramic material with a relative dielectric constant of 38.6 was selected.