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Analysis of quasicyclic ferrite junction by point-matching technique

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1 Author(s)
Mazur, J. ; Technical University of Gda¿sk, Telecommunication Institute, Gda¿sk, Poland

In the letter a field-theory treatment of a new type of nonreciprocal ferrite device, the quasicyclic ferrite junction (QF), is presented. The QF junction utilises properties of the three-port EG-mode circulator in which one edge is short-circuited to the ground plane. The main feature of the junction is mutual isolation between two ports joined by the short-circuited edge. The boundary problem is solved by means of the point-matching technique. Finally, experimental results are carried out to verify the obtained numerical dates.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 4 )