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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v71.i15.80
pages 1411-1422

PLANAR STRUCTURES OF WAVEGUIDING CIRCUITRY FOR MILLIMETER BAND

S.L. Skripka
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev 2, Glushkov Ave., Kiev, 03022, Ukraine
V. V. Danilov
Donetsk National University 24 Universitetskaya St., 83055 Donetsk, Ukraine ;Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev 2, Glushkov Ave., Kiev, 03022, Ukraine
I.S. Pavlovsky
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev 2, Glushkov Ave., Kiev, 03022, Ukraine

ABSTRACT

This paper reports the results of the numerical and experimental research on wave processes in an open doubly connected planar waveguide. The authors suggest a procedure for experimental measuring of the phase velocity of higher modes in a planar waveguide. According to the results obtained in course of the experiments and numerical simulation, planar waveguides are characterized by a low loss, a low dispersion in the quasi-TEM-mode and a high level of integration, all this making them a powerful tool for engineering short waveguides and integrated circuits in the millimeter wave band. The applicability of planar waveguides in filters and modulators in mm band is also considered in this paper.

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