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If a > b , the lowest cutoff frequency , that of the dominant TE

If a > b , the lowest cutoff frequency , that of the dominant TE

**mode**, occurs for m = 1 , n = = 0 : W10 ( 8.45 ) ... It happens that the TE1,0**mode**has the lowest cutoff frequency of both TE and TM**modes**, * and so is the one used in ...Page 263

The frequency is assumed to be high enough that two

The frequency is assumed to be high enough that two

**modes**, marked by the circles at the intersections of the two curves , exist . The vertical asymptotes are given by the roots of J. ( x ) = 0. If the maximum value of ya is smaller ...Page 576

( 6 ) Calculate numerical values for the wavelength aın in units of the radius a for the four lowest

( 6 ) Calculate numerical values for the wavelength aın in units of the radius a for the four lowest

**modes**for TE ... ( c ) Calculate explicitly the electric and magnetic fields inside the cavity for the lowest TE and lowest TM**mode**.### What people are saying - Write a review

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