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An Absorber-Wall Parallel-Plate Waveguide

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The electromagnetic fields that can propagate through a parallel-plate waveguide having absorber walls are investigated, and it is shown that dominant TMe10 and TEe10 modes can propagate independently with both having a highly-tapered (cosine-type) transverse distribution, a phase velocity slightly exceeding the speed of light, and very low axial attenuation, especially for a wall-spacing large as compared to a free-space wavelength. In other words, such an absorber-guide acts life a corrugated waveguide having "lambda/4" teeth (balanced-hybrid mode) but it does so over virtually an unlimited bandwidth and with little sensitivity to the absorber's characteristics.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 7 )

Date of Publication:

Jul 1986

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