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Field theoretical CAD of open or aperture matched T-junction coupled rectangular waveguide structures

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2 Author(s)
Sieverding, T. ; Microwave Dept., Bremen Univ., Germany ; Arndt, F.

The rigorous computer-aided design of rectangular waveguide structures coupled by open or rectangular iris loaded E- or H-plane T-junctions is described. The design theory is based on the full wave mode-matching method for the key-building-block T-junction element associated with the generalized S-matrix technique for composite structures. The waveguide structures may be arbitrarily composed of the T-junction and already known key-building-block elements (such as the double step and the septum discontinuity) combined with homogeneous waveguide sections between them. The E- or H-plane T-junction effect, large apertures, finite iris or septum thicknesses, and higher-order mode interactions at all step discontinuities are rigorously taken into account. Typical design examples, like rectangular iris coupled T-junctions, narrow-stopband waveguide filters, high return loss E-plane T-junction diplexers, an elliptic function E-plane integrated metal insert filter and a simple ortho-mode transducer demonstrate the efficiency of the method. The theory is verified by measurements

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 1992

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