Page 1 Wave Guides Page 2 Wave Guides 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? The first waveguide was proposed by J. J. Thomson in 1893 and experimentally verified by Oliver Lodge ? In 1894 the mathematical analysis of the propagating modes within a hollow metal cylinder was first performed by Lord Rayleigh in 1897. (McLachan, 1947) History Page 3 Wave Guides 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? The first waveguide was proposed by J. J. Thomson in 1893 and experimentally verified by Oliver Lodge ? In 1894 the mathematical analysis of the propagating modes within a hollow metal cylinder was first performed by Lord Rayleigh in 1897. (McLachan, 1947) History 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? A hollow conductive metal pipe used to carry high frequency radio waves, particularly microwave”(A type of a transmission line)[1] ? Form of RF feeder used for microwave applications[2] ? A waveguide is a device that confines electromagnetic energy and channels it from one point to another[3] ? System of material that is designed to confine electromagnetic waves in a direction defined by its physical boundaries[4] What is a Waveguide? Page 4 Wave Guides 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? The first waveguide was proposed by J. J. Thomson in 1893 and experimentally verified by Oliver Lodge ? In 1894 the mathematical analysis of the propagating modes within a hollow metal cylinder was first performed by Lord Rayleigh in 1897. (McLachan, 1947) History 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? A hollow conductive metal pipe used to carry high frequency radio waves, particularly microwave”(A type of a transmission line)[1] ? Form of RF feeder used for microwave applications[2] ? A waveguide is a device that confines electromagnetic energy and channels it from one point to another[3] ? System of material that is designed to confine electromagnetic waves in a direction defined by its physical boundaries[4] What is a Waveguide? 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? Only carry or propagate signals above a certain frequency, known as the cut-off frequency. Waveguides Page 5 Wave Guides 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? The first waveguide was proposed by J. J. Thomson in 1893 and experimentally verified by Oliver Lodge ? In 1894 the mathematical analysis of the propagating modes within a hollow metal cylinder was first performed by Lord Rayleigh in 1897. (McLachan, 1947) History 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? A hollow conductive metal pipe used to carry high frequency radio waves, particularly microwave”(A type of a transmission line)[1] ? Form of RF feeder used for microwave applications[2] ? A waveguide is a device that confines electromagnetic energy and channels it from one point to another[3] ? System of material that is designed to confine electromagnetic waves in a direction defined by its physical boundaries[4] What is a Waveguide? 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 ? Only carry or propagate signals above a certain frequency, known as the cut-off frequency. Waveguides 04-10-2012 First FYP Presentation,Batch-08 Waveguide TYPESRead More

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