Difference between the TM11 mode in a circular and elliptical waveguide

Difference between the TM11 mode in a circular and elliptical waveguide

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The letter deals with the stability and field configuration of the TM11 mode in a circular and elliptical waveguide. Some numerical results illustrate the variation of the position and value of the maximum electric field in the longitudinal direction as a function of the eccentncity of the cross-section.


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