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DATE

1996-10

AUTHORS

A. A. Vertiy, S. P. Gavrilov, S. Aydinlik, S. Samedov

ABSTRACT

In millimeter wave lengths region semiconductor generators, amplifiers, mixers and other solid state UHF devices find a wide application. In our work, we suggested to use aCircular Through-Shaped Resonator for obtaining power combination using active elements at frequency region Δf≈20–40 GHz.The resonator is formed by two plane aluminum reflectors. The first reflector has a circular groove. The second reflector has coupling elements. The first and the second reflectors are considered as a ring groove shaped waveguide.A resonator spectrum was calculated and analyzed in the frequency range Δf ≈20–40 GHz. It is showed that, in the given frequency range the resonator spectrum has a complicated structure and is formed by a series of spectrum lines; a frequency range between the series increases with the frequency increasing.We studied on transmission coefficient of the resonator, frequency shifts of spectrum lines when inserting a thin (t/λ≈0.003) dielectric substrates into the resonator, and also attenuation constants of waves propagating in circular groove (due to losses in metal). More... »

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1613-1637

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02069577

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