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A New Class of Nonreciprocal Components Using Slot Line (Short Papers)

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The authors present an experimental and theoretical study of edge modes in a ferrite-loaded slot line. Nonreciprocal properties are obtained over a broad frequency band. Added microstrip lines provide suitable transitions. A theory based on magnetic boundary conditions shows good agreement with the experimental results and allows a comparison with stripline devices described by Hines. In particular, the characteristics of the slot-line isolators are satisfactorily explained by this theory.

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IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 6 )