Coupling of Some Different Electromagnetic Volumes via Narrow Slots
In the previous chapters we considered the problem of coupling of two electromagnetic volumes via one or more slots. However, more complex structures, representing the cascade coupling of different volumes such as, for example, a waveguide, a resonator, half-space over a perfectly conducting surface, are widely used in practice. Such structures sufficiently widen the possibilities of formation of the required characteristics of antenna-waveguide systems [5.1, 5.2,7.1–7.4]. In this chapter the method of induced magnetomotive forces is used to solve the problem of magnetic current distribution in an antenna-waveguide structure of the “coupling slots in waveguide wall— rectangular resonator—radiating slot” type for the cases of infinite and semi-infinite rectangular waveguides.
Problem Formulation and Solution of the Integral Equations
KeywordsRectangular Waveguide Radiation Coefficient Rectangular Slot Electrodynamic Characteristic Slot Cavity
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