Numerical computation of the scattering coefficients of an inductive strip in a fin-line
Deal, John C.
Knorr, Jeffrey B.
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Fin-line is well recognized as a viable transmission ostructure for millimeter waves. The theoretical analysis of fin-line has received considerable attention and has been discussed in the literature by numerous authors. The spectral domain method of analysis has been established as a powerful and versatile approach to computing the characteristics of fin-line derived structures. This thesis describes the application of the spectral domain technique to the solution of the problem of end coupled fin-line cavities. Galerkin's method is used to compute the odd and even mode resonant lengths wi\\hich are then used to calculate the scattering coefficients of the inductive strip separating the two cavities. Results are compared with experimental measurements
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