CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Analysis of Modes in Rectangular-Waveguide Noncontacting Shorting Plunger
Vladimir BILIK, Jan BEZEK
German Microwave Conference - GeMiC 2006 -
1st January 0001
noncontacting backshort, sliding short, waveguide components, industrial applications
Modes propagating and resonating in a structure consisting of a section of R26 rectangular waveguide that houses a noncontacting brick-shaped shorting plunger have been analyzed with the assistance of an electromagnetic field solver. Effects of plunger waggle have also been investigated. Spurious resonances of modes trapped within the plunger-filled section deteriorate the short performance. The analysis serves as a preliminary work in an attempt to design a resonance-free noncontacting sliding short.

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