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Propagation characteristics of cylindrical frequency selective guides

Georgios I. Loukos

Propagation characteristics of cylindrical frequency selective guides

by Georgios I. Loukos

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1997.

Statementby Georgios I. Loukos.
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Plot of propagation constant vs. frequency for TE10, TE20, TE01, TE and TM11 using HFSS Note that the mode propagates only when the propagation constant has is real and the operating frequency is greater than its cutoff frequency. As the traveling waves are functions of exp(-j βz), has to be real and make exp(-jβz) Size: 2MB. The propagation characteristics of a new coupled fin line structure, with asymetrical, rectangular, top and bottom housings, is evaluated by using the modal Z odd vs. Frequency for Varying b 23 8. Effective Dielectric Constant, Odd Mode vs. Frequency for Varying b 24 9. Z even vs. Frequency .

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Propagation characteristics of cylindrical frequency selective guides by Georgios I. Loukos Download PDF EPUB FB2

Propagation characteristics of cylindrical frequency selective guides Recent experimental investigation on FSS arrays forming waveguides (FSGs) and horns showed that incident electromagnetic energy can be guided and radiated at specific by: 1.

Propagation characteristics of cylindrical frequency selective guides Author: Loukos, Georgios by: 1. Acknowledgments.

This work is co-funded by the European Social Fund (ΕΚΤ) with 75% and National Resources (Greek Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs) with 25% under the ΕΠΕΑΕΚ project “Archimedes – Support of Research Groups in TEI of Crete – – Smart antenna study and design using techniques of computational electromagnetics and pilot development and Author: Ioannis O.

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The propagation parameters obtained on each of these TLs were characteristic impedance Z 0 (f), propagation constant γ(f) = α(f) + jβ(f)—where f is frequency, α(f) the attenuation constant, and β(f) the phase constant, the power loss rate, and velocity factor. Although the measurement data confirmed an overall low propagation attenuation in all cases, the propagation characteristics of the TLs in different Cited by: 5.

on the MF propagation characteristics of the line. INTRODUCTION In this paper, we present a method of obtaining the medium frequency (MF) (kHz{3MHz) propagation characteristics of a transmission line (TL) system which is often used as a signal path for an MF communications system in a coal mine tunnel.

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dispersion that can be described with a frequency-dependent propagation constant: β= 2πf √ εeff c (1) where f is the frequency, cis the speed of light in free space, and εeff is the frequency-dependent effective permittivity.

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Bridge 2 is made movable while the tension in the string is held constant by the hanging weight. Abstract: An electronically sweeping radiation-pattern antenna using a new active cylindrical frequency-selective surface (ACFSS) is presented for GHz operating frequency.

The ACFSS screen is constructed by a new reconfigurable hybrid unit cell, providing more freedom to control the antenna radiation by: Impedance to admittance conversion and viceversa, Input impedance of a lossless line terminated by an impedance, Single stub matching and double stub Waves Waves between parallel planes of perfect conductors, Transverse electric and transverse magnetic waves, Characteristics of TE and TM Waves, Transverse electromagnetic waves, Velocities of propagation, Component uniform plane waves between parallel planes, Attenuation of TE and TM waves in parallel plane guides 5/5(2).

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In here, the wave propagation characteristics of grids of various topologies are investigated. The goal of the study is to identify cell lay-outs with attractive. f - frequency in kHz Other than resistance, the skin effect also influences inductance and thereby characteristic impedance and propagation velocity.

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The phase velocity vph of the various modes is less than the free-space velocity of electromagnetic waves c, and the lower order. The longitudinal propagation coefficient of the first TMz mode starts at zero frequency and ends at a frequency where it is equal to the wave-number of the surrounding dielectric medium, while the.

Frequency selective surface had been the subject of research for the last five decades. InP. Sarkar and et. [12] investigated the frequency selective property of a patch type FSS. The design consist of five concentric ring micro strip patches with a.

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Factors relevant to the. f = Frequency c = Material Sound Velocity l = Wavelength (Table 2 on page 48 lists the near field distances in water for many combinations of transducer frequency and element diameter.) d.

Other Parameters of a Sound Beam There are a number of sound field parameters that are useful in describing the characteristics of a transducer. Abstract: A dual-band beam-sweeping antenna based on two independent cylindrical active frequency selective surfaces (AFSSs) is proposed in this paper.

This antenna is composed of a dual-band omnidirectional monopole antenna operating at and GHz and two cylindrical AFSS by: Aims and Scope: The Journal of Modeling and Simulation of Antennas and Propagation is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal which provides an international platform for researchers and engineers on issues relevant to all aspects of theoretical and numerical modeling and simulation of antennas and electromagnetic propagation covering the KHz to THz frequency spectrum.ECEN Page 1 of 10 Chapter Introduction to Frequency Selective Circuits Filters: frequency selective circuits used in devices that communicate via electric signals like radio, phones, TV, etc.

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