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Measurement of the Electromagnetic-Field Components in a Rectangular Drift Tube-Loaded Cavity Using Various Perturbing Objects (Short Papers)

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The electric-field quantities E, Ey, Ez, and the magnetic-field quantities H and Hx in a rectangular drift tube-loaded cavity resonating in the TE101 mode have been measured along the z direction by means of the perturbation method using a dielectric bead, a metallic disk, a metallic needle, a metallic sphere, and a ferrite disk. The relative errors for E and Ey are 3 percent; for Ez, 10 percent on the average; whereas for H and Hz, they are 10 percent at least. The ferrite disk, being superior to the metallic sphere, offers a new technique in determining magnetic-field components in cavity resonators.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 1975

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