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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 05)
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A New Multimodal Variational Formulation Analysis of Cylindrical Waveguide Uniaxial Discontinuities

Désiré Lilonga-Boyenga, Camille Nziengui Mabika and Achile Diezaba
Corresponding Author:  Désiré Lilonga-Boyenga 

Key words:  Accessible modes, impedance matrix, microwave devices, uniaxial discontinuities, , ,
Vol. 6 , (05): 787-792
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August 30, 2012 September 24, 2012 June 25, 2013
Abstract:

The New Multimodal Varational Formulation (NMVF) was since successfully used to characterize the uniaxial discontinuities in the homogeneous rectangular waveguides, in the ridged rectangular waveguides and in the rectangular E-plane dielectric filled waveguides. In this study, we apply this method to characterize the uniaxial discontinuities between the homogeneous cylindrical waveguides. The behavior of two filter structures is highlighted. A good agreement is observed between the achieved results and those given in the literature.
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Désiré Lilonga-Boyenga, Camille Nziengui Mabika and Achile Diezaba, 2013. A New Multimodal Variational Formulation Analysis of Cylindrical Waveguide Uniaxial Discontinuities.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(05): 787-792.
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