Resonant Iris with the Slot Arbitrary Oriented in a Rectangular Waveguide
With the development of microwave technology, the resonant irises, which have a length and width less than the sizes of a waveguide cross section, are the integral part of the elementary basis of different devices, for example, band-pass and band-rejection filters [5.1,5.2,5.3], transformers and diaphragmatic resonant joints of rectangular waveguides [5.4, 5.5], etc. Starting with the classical monograph written by Levin L. [5.6], a considerable number of publications were devoted to the investigation of electrodynamic characteristics of a resonant iris directly as an elementary cell of complex waveguides units. In these papers the irises of infinite small and finite thicknesses, the slot axes of which are parallel to the broad walls of a rectangular waveguide (coordinate irises ), were analyzed by different methods (both analytical and numerical). The investigation of the rectangular slot arbitrary located in the plane of a waveguide was evidently made in [5.7] by the numerical...
KeywordsResonance Wavelength Rectangular Waveguide Magnetic Current Slot Length Waveguide Cross Section
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