- rectangular waveguide
- s.guía de ondas rectangular.
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rectangular waveguide — stačiakampis bangolaidis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. rectangular waveguide vok. Rechteckhohlleiter, m rus. прямоугольный волновод, m pranc. guide d’ondes à section rectangulaire, m … Fizikos terminų žodynas
Waveguide (optics) — This page is about waveguides for transmission of optical signals or power. For other types of waveguide, see the disambiguation page Waveguide An optical waveguide is a physical structure that guides electromagnetic waves in the optical spectrum … Wikipedia
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waveguide — [wāv′gīd΄] n. an electric conductor consisting of a metal tubing, usually circular or rectangular in cross section, used for the conduction or directional transmission of microwaves … English World dictionary
Waveguide — This page is about waveguides in the most general sense. For ordinary metal pipe waveguides, Waveguide (electromagnetism). For optical waveguides, see Waveguide (optics). A section of flexible waveguide with a pressurizable flange … Wikipedia
waveguide — /wayv guyd /, Electronics, Optics. n. a conduit, as a metal tube, coaxial cable, or strand of glass fibers, used as a conductor or directional transmitter for various kinds of electromagnetic waves. Cf. optical fiber. [1930 35; WAVE + GUIDE] * *… … Universalium
waveguide — /ˈweɪvgaɪd/ (say wayvguyd) noun a piece of hollow, conducting tubing, usually rectangular or circular in cross section, used as a conductor or directional transmitter for microwaves which are propagated through its interior … Australian English dictionary
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Transverse mode — A transverse mode of a beam of electromagnetic radiation is a particular electromagnetic field pattern of radiation measured in a plane perpendicular (i.e., transverse) to the propagation direction of the beam. Transverse modes occur in radio… … Wikipedia
electron tube — an electronic device that consists, typically, of a sealed glass bulb containing two or more electrodes: used to generate, amplify, and rectify electric oscillations and alternating currents. Also called electronic tube. Cf. gas tube, vacuum tube … Universalium