In Section 17.3, we discussed the property of a resonant cavity in a rectangular TE mode. Primarily, it is a matter of analytical convenience, but in principle resonance can be found at a given frequency for a cavity of arbitrary shape. In this chapter, following Slater, we discuss resonant properties of a cavity of general shape, for which the Maxwell equations can provide oscillating modes with intense amplitudes (J. C. Slater, Microwave Electronics, Van Nostrand, 1950.)
KeywordsNormal Mode Cavity Mode Waveguide Mode Cavity Resonance Resonant Cavity
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