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Unformatted text preview: c., Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1993, pp. 82-87. Analysis Type(s): Full Harmonic Analysis (ANTYPE = 3) Element Type(s): 3-D High Frequency Tetrahedral Solid Elements (HF119) Input Listing: vm214.dat Test Case A rectangular waveguide is subjected to a TE10-mode loading at one port while the other port is matched. Determine the S-parameters, power input, and field solution. Figure 214.1 Rectangular Waveguide Problem Sketch Material Properties µ = µ0 ε = ε0 Geometric Properties ch = 1 cm cw = 3 cm cl = 4.8 cm Loading Ey = 1.0 at input port f = 8 GHz Analysis Assumptions and Modeling Notes The excitation is applied with a TE10 port load at one end of the waveguide (Port 1). The other end of the waveguide is terminated as a matched impedance (Port 2). The length of the waveguide is 1 wavelength. The finite element mesh is defined to create 10 elements along the length of the waveguide to resolve the field solution accurately. The input power at Port 1 is calculated by summing the appropriate term from the elem...
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