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Numerical simulation of characteristics of propagation of symmetric waves in microwave circular shielded waveguide with a radially inhomogeneous dielectric filling

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 July 2021

I.J. Islamov
Affiliation:
Department of Radio Engineering and Telecommunication, Azerbaijan Technical University, H. Javid ave 25, AZ 1073, Baku, Azerbaijan
E.Z. Hunbataliyev
Affiliation:
Department of Radio Engineering and Telecommunication, Azerbaijan Technical University, H. Javid ave 25, AZ 1073, Baku, Azerbaijan
A.E. Zulfugarli
Affiliation:
Amazon Development Center, Gdansk, Poland
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Abstract

The paper presents a numerical simulation of the propagation characteristics of symmetric E-type and H-type waves in microwave circular shielded waveguide with radially inhomogeneous dielectric filling. Using the modified Galerkin method, the calculation of a circular two-layer shielded waveguide was carried out, as a result of which the distribution of the electromagnetic field of the waveguide with linear and parabolic distribution of permeability was determined. The results obtained using the modified Galerkin method were compared with the results obtained using the classical partial domain method, which agree well enough.

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