# Microwave Engineering

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...1, then the z-dependence of the electric field can be assumed to be of the form e−γz with γ = α + jβ a complex propagation constant (Pelosi et al., 1998; Pozar, 2005)....

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...The z-directed (axial) electric field corresponds to the TMmn (transverse magnetic) modes and has the form (Pozar, 2005) Ez = Bmn sin (mπx a ) sin (nπy b ) ....

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...The analytical expressions for the electric field components of a hollow rectangular guide with width a and height b are given by (Pozar, 2005)...

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...This is due to the fact that the displacement flux, D = eE, must be normally continuous at the dielectric interface (Pozar, 2005; Smith, 1997)....

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...Since waveguides are some of the most common structures in microwave engineering, especially in areas where high power and low loss are essential (Pozar, 2005), their analysis is still a topic of much interest....

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### Cites background or methods from "Microwave Engineering"

...using the standard procedure for 1-D periodic analysis of microwave networks [9], [10]....

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...533 mm to synthesize a characteristic impedance equal to that of a 400- m-wide microstrip line over the same substrate, for which standard quasi-static formulas exist [10]....

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