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Design and experiment study of compact circular-rectangular waveguide mode converter

A compact mode converter that transforms TM 01 circular waveguide mode to TE 10 rectangular waveguide mode is investigated. It consists of a circular waveguide with a short circuit terminal and a rectangular waveguide which is perpendicular to the circular waveguide. Simulation results show that con... Full description

Journal Title: Review of Scientific Instruments July 2016, Vol.87(7)
Main Author: Zhao, Xuhao
Other Authors: Yuan, Chengwei , Zhang, Qiang , Zhao, Lishan
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ID: ISSN: 0034-6748 ; E-ISSN: 1089-7623 ; DOI: 10.1063/1.4959108
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description: A compact mode converter that transforms TM 01 circular waveguide mode to TE 10 rectangular waveguide mode is investigated. It consists of a circular waveguide with a short circuit terminal and a rectangular waveguide which is perpendicular to the circular waveguide. Simulation results show that conversion efficiency of the mode converter is about 99.8% at central frequency of 1.75 GHz, and the total return loss is approximately −30 dB. The experimental results are well consistent with the computer simulation, which demonstrates the feasibility and high power handling capacity of the mode converter.
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abstractA compact mode converter that transforms TM 01 circular waveguide mode to TE 10 rectangular waveguide mode is investigated. It consists of a circular waveguide with a short circuit terminal and a rectangular waveguide which is perpendicular to the circular waveguide. Simulation results show that conversion efficiency of the mode converter is about 99.8% at central frequency of 1.75 GHz, and the total return loss is approximately −30 dB. The experimental results are well consistent with the computer simulation, which demonstrates the feasibility and high power handling capacity of the mode converter.
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