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Hybrid Field/Transmission-Line Model for the Study of Coaxial Corrugated Waveguides

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3 Author(s)
Stylianos P. Savaidis ; Department of Electronics, Technological Educational Institution of Piraeus, Athens, Greece ; Zisis C. Ioannidis ; Nikolaos A. Stathopoulos

A transmission-line model is reformulated and combined with field theory to study the propagation characteristics in coaxial waveguides with wedge-shaped corrugations, either on the outer wall or the inner conductor. Numerical results show that this equivalent-circuit approach is in agreement with conventional full-wave methods presented in the literature. Additionally, this formulation overcomes numerical issues in the calculation of higher order Bessel functions, which usually conscript sophisticated expansion techniques.

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IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 10 )