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Reactors and Resonators

Reactors and Resonators

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The distributed resonators we have previously envisioned consist of a resonant line of uniform impedance. Later we will investigate loading a transmission line with a lumped or distributed reactance to resonate a line which is less than a self-resonant length. In this section we investigate the properties of distributed resonators formed by cascading two lines with a different characteristic impedance. Electrical resonance is achieved with a shorter physical length.

Chapter Contents:

  • 3.1 Inductance
  • 3.2 Capacitance
  • 3.3 Unloaded-Q
  • 3.4 Inductor Technologies
  • 3.5 Wire
  • 3.6 Circular Ring
  • 3.7 Air Solenoid
  • 3.8 Solenoid with Shield
  • 3.9 Magnetic-Core Materials
  • 3.10 Solenoid with Core
  • 3.11 Toroid
  • 3.12 Capacitors
  • 3.13 Transmission Lines
  • 3.14 Modes
  • 3.15 Transmission Line Unloaded-Q
  • 3.16 Coupled Transmission Lines
  • 3.17 Transmission-Line Elements
  • 3.18 Lumped-Distributed Equivalences
  • 3.19 Reentrance
  • 3.20 Coax
  • 3.21 Coax with Square Outer Conductor
  • 3.22 Dielectric Loading
  • 3.23 Partial Dielectric Loading
  • 3.24 Slabline
  • 3.25 Coupled Slabline
  • 3.26 Wire over Ground
  • 3.27 Substrate Materials
  • 3.28 Stripline
  • 3.29 Coupled Stripline
  • 3.30 Microstrip
  • 3.31 Coupled Microstrip
  • 3.32 Stepped-Impedance Resonators
  • 3.33 Helical Resonators
  • 3.34 Dielectric Resonators
  • 3.35 Waveguide
  • 3.36 Evanescent Mode Waveguide
  • 3.37 Evanescent Mode Unloaded Q
  • 3.38 Superconductors
  • 3.39 Material Technology Unloaded Q Summary
  • 3.40 Unloaded Q versus Volume
  • 3.41 Discontinuities
  • 3.42 References

Inspec keywords: transmission lines; resonators

Other keywords: distributed reactance; transmission line; characteristic impedance; lumped reactance; resonant line; electrical resonance; distributed resonator

Subjects: Waveguide and microwave transmission line components

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