Methods of Measurement of Dielectric Constant and Loss in the Microwave Frequency Region
In the recent years, there has been considerable interest in the microwave properties of dielectric and magnetic materials usually termed as microwave materials. Every cost effective microwave device is a success story in coping with the limitations of the materials.
KeywordsPermeability Microwave Attenuation Ferrite Titanate
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