dielectric losses


dielectric losses
диэлектрические потери

The English-Russian Dictionary Radioengineering. 2009.

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  • Microwave cavity — A microwave cavity is a closed metal structure that confines electromagnetic fields in the microwave region of the spectrum. Such cavities act as resonant circuits with extremely low loss at their frequency of operation. Their Q factor may reach… …   Wikipedia

  • Metal-mesh optical filters — are optical filters made from stacks of metal meshes and dielectric. They are used as part of an optical path to filter the incoming light to allow frequencies of interest to pass while reflecting other frequencies of light. Metal mesh filters… …   Wikipedia

  • Antenna gain — is defined as the ratio of the radiation intensity of an antenna in a given direction, to the intensity of the same antenna as it radiates in all directions (isotropically). Since the radiation intensity of an isotropically radiated power is… …   Wikipedia

  • Capacitor — This article is about the electronic component. For the physical phenomenon, see capacitance. For an overview of various kinds of capacitors, see types of capacitor. Capacitor Modern capacitors, by a cm ruler Type Passive …   Wikipedia

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  • Microstrip — Cross section of microstrip geometry. Conductor (A) is separated from ground plane (D) by dielectric substrate (C). Upper dielectric (B) is typically air. Microstrip is a type of electrical transmission line which can be fabricated using printed… …   Wikipedia

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