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A Study of Distributed Millimeter-Wave Isolators.
TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN MICROWAVE LAB
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Nonreciprocal devices, such as circulators and isolators, are among the important devices for microwave and millimeter-wave communication systems. Two types of isolators which can be used at both microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies have been studied both theoretically and experimentally. One isolator uses a dielectric guide and a ferrite slab, while the other uses a hollow image guide with a dielectric overlay.
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