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  • Gain Horn Antennas
    effectively with a dielectric coating. Feed horns, conical horns, rectangular waveguide apertures, slot antennas, slotted waveguides and pyramidal horns are types of gain horn antennas. A lens horn antenna is another variation that uses lens elements to collimate divergent energy and prevent it from
  • MICRO: Finnish Optoelectronics
    A Finnish firm with expertise in optoelectronic waveguide technology has set its sights on one of the semiconductor industry's hottest market segments. Silecs of Espoo, Finland, has introduced a line of "nonporous " materials with dielectric constants in the range of 3.0 to 2.2. The low-porosity
  • Internal Antennas
    internally on the printed circuit board within the radio transmitter, receiver or transceiver product. Internal antennas are also known as embedded antennas, integral antennas, chip dielectric antennas or chip multiplayer antennas.

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  • The Essence of Dielectric Waveguides
    The Essence of Dielectric Waveguides .
  • Electromagnetic Theory for Microwaves and Optoelectronics
    In Chapter 6, discussion on the behavior of EH and HE modes in cir- cular dielectric waveguides is improved and a relevant figure added.
  • Millimeter-Wave Waveguides
    The proof 1.4 Fundamental properties of open waveguides 1.4.1 1.4.2 Boundary conditions for open waveguides Eigenwaves in planar dielectric waveguides 1.5 Inhomogeneities in waveguides 1.5.1 1.5.2 Transmission-line theory applied to...
  • Subject Index, Jun. 1981
    9 (1 E13) microwaves; use of audio modulation substitution s stem to achieve high accuracy; Korewick, John; T-IUTT VI nl Mar 53 14-2 /’ millimeter-wave dielectric waveguides of circular cross section; attenuation characteristics in 72-GHz band: Jablonski.
  • Microwave Electronics: Measurement and Materials Characterization
    4.4.1 Circular dielectric waveguide 4.4.2 Rectangular dielectric waveguide Free-space Method 4.5.1 Calculation algorithm 4.5.2 Free-space TRL calibration 4.5.3 Uncertainty analysis 4.5.4 High-temperature measurement Modifications on Transmission/reflection...
  • Open Electromagnetic Waveguides
    It consists of eight chapters: introduction to open electromagnetic waveguides; electromagnetic theory; planar dielectric waveguides ; bound modes by approximate methods; discontinuities in planar dielectric waveguides; bound modes by transverse resonance diffraction; complete spectra of open waveguides; and examples and applications.
    In this thesis, the first demonstration of the full integration of 1.55µm InGaAs/InP edge emitting platelet laser diodes with SiON/SiO2 dielectric waveguides on a silicon substrate is presented.
  • Efficient transmission of crossing dielectric slot waveguides
    For PC waveguide [15, 16], dielectric waveguide [17 – 20], and metallic waveguide [21 , 22], the bending and crossing ha...
    SPPW modes, the excitation scheme where SPPs are excited at the gold-air interface, and subsequently coupled into the dielectric waveguides by means of a funnel was ap- plied [Fig. 3.3(a) and (c)], and it proved successful with strong...
  • Advanced Materials for Integrated Optical Waveguides
    To achieve this goal, rectangular dielectric waveguides , planar optical waveguides in the form of films and strips, as well as other planar components and circuitry were constructed, and resulted in the forma- tion the integrated optics in 1960s.
  • Nanostructured and Subwavelength Waveguides: Fundamentals and Applications
    We thus conclude that using even the simplest step-index dielectric waveguides that feature high refractive-index contrast between their core and cladding materials it is possible to ensure a single-mode operation, and deeply subwavelength mode size.
  • Foundations for Guided-Wave Optics
    3.1 Introduction 3.2 Transverse Electric Modes Guided by Linearly Graded Dielectric Waveguides 3.3 Exponentially Graded Dielectric Waveguides 3.3.1 Transverse Electric Modes 3.3.2 Transverse Magnetic Modes 3.4 The WKB Method 3.4.1 Auxiliary...
  • Coplanar Microwave Integrated Circuits
    S. G. Garcia, T. M. Bao Hung, R. G. Martin, and B. G. Olmedo, On the application of finite methods in time domain to anisotropic dielectric waveguides , IEEE Trans.