THEORY AND APPLICATION OF FERRITES AT SUPER-HIGH FREQUENCIES,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Chapter 1 is dedicated to the consideration of properties of ferrites at superhigh frequencies. In the following two chapters there are investigated basic magneto-optical phenomena in ferrites. At first, there is considered the case of an infinite ferrite medium Chapter 2, and then the case of waveguides and resonators weakly filled with magnetized ferrites Chapter 3. These two simple cases, although somewhat idealized, make it possible, without special mathematical efforts, to clarify the basic features of magnetooptical phenomena in magnetized ferrites and to understand the role played in these phenomena by the waveguide. Chapter 4 is devoted to the strict theory of waveguides containing magnetized ferrites. Thus, in the first four chapters there are expounded questions of the general theory of phenomena occurring in waveguides with magnetized ferrites. Following five chapters 5-9 are dedicated to the detailed investigation of the most important phenomena which have great practical applications. Finally, in Chapter 10 there are described different ferrite devices created on the bases of the above-indicated phenomena and obtaining wide application in SHF technology. This chapter ends with the consideration of the problems of theory and design of linear ferrite SHF devices.