Passive theory and devices
A lossless guiding structure is a cylinder defined as a contour which demarcates one or several perfect metal conductors, and one or several perfect dielectric media which fill the space left between the conductors, defined by their permittivity ε = εrε0 and their permeability μ = μrμ0 (Fig. 19.1).
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