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Waveguide theory and wells

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Eric R Snow, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. Eric R Snow

    Eric R Snow Guest

    Well, after asking questions about waveguides I found a primer on
    waveguide theory at the Fast Neutron Research Facility web site. They
    work a lot like wires conducting electricity at low frequencies. I
    had always assumed that the radiowaves bounced like light would down
    the waveguide. Now I have a better understanding of what is really
    going on. It seems strange that conducting metal can be used as an
    insulator. But that's exactly what happens.
  2. Roy McCammon

    Roy McCammon Guest

    how about a link?
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