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A new micro-machined millimeter-wave and terahertz snap-together rectangular waveguide technology

Collins, C. E., Miles, R. E., Digby, J. W., Parkhurst, G. M., Pollard, R. D., Chamberlain, J. M., Steenson, D. P., Cronin, N. J., Davies, S. R. and Bowen, J. W. (1999) A new micro-machined millimeter-wave and terahertz snap-together rectangular waveguide technology. IEEE Microwave and Guided Wave Letters, 9 (2). pp. 63-65. ISSN 1051-8207

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A novel technique for micro-machining millimeter and submillimeter-wave rectangular waveguide components is reported. These are fabricated in two halves which simply snap together, utilizing locating pins and holes, and are physically robust, and cheap, and easy to manufacture. In addition, S-parameter measurements on these structures are reported for the first time and display lower loss than previously reported micro-machined rectangular waveguides.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Department of Bio-Engineering
ID Code:18951
Uncontrolled Keywords:EHF, MM-wave rectangular waveguide technology, S-parameter measurements, THF, locating holes, locating pins, loss, micro-machined rectangular waveguides, micro-machined waveguide technology, snap-together waveguide technology, submillimeter-wave waveguide components, terahertz waveguide technology

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