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STANDARDIZATION ENGINEERING PRACTICES STUDY, TASK 701: HIGH FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF CERAMIC MATERIALS.
Quarterly progress rept. no. 3, 1 Mar-31 May 63,
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An investigation of available test procedures, such as the resonant cavity method and the free space reflectometer method, among others, which will provide reproducible values for the dielectric constant and dissipation factor of ceramic materials at 1.0, 3.0, 8.6, and 24 KMc. The study should be based upon evaluation of those ceramic insulating materials having good dielectric properties which have met the qualification requirements of Military Specification MIL-I-10, Insulating Materials, Electrical, Ceramic, Class L. This investi gation should also provide for a literature re view of the test procedure, apparatus and data used in and resulting from a study conducted by Battelle Memorial Institute, wherein the slotted line method, using a dielectrometer, was estab lished as the test procedure. Results of the Battelle work should be correlated with results of this study. Author
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