resonant cavity


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resonant cavity

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(Electronics) another name for cavity resonator
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The topological insulator thin film acts as an intrinsic optical resonant cavity, which can enhance the phase shifts for holographic imaging.
The wave guide is coupled to a resonant cavity which is used to select a single frequency from a pulse propagating through the main wave guide, and rerouted it to another wave guide.
The EmDrive, invented by Robert Shawyer, is a tapered microwave resonant cavity inside which electrons resonate, but there is no fuel involved.
amp;nbsp;It details experiments carried out by NASA's Eagleworks Laboratories and describes a radio frequency resonant cavity thruster - EmDrive by another name - that is capable of producing thrust of up to 1.
Such a resonant cavity excited by a high frequency wave is capable of grouping into packets the beam from the source and to accelerate while the focusing.
The setup is a radio-frequency resonant cavity shaped like a truncated cone, with one round end then larger than the other.
According to Wired UK, the study found that test results indicated that the RF [radio frequency] resonant cavity thruster design, which was unique as an electric propulsion device, was producing a force that was not attributable to any classical electromagnetic phenomenon and, therefore, was potentially demonstrating an interaction with the quantum vacuum virtual plasma, Discovery News reported.
3] The Schumann Resonance signal is generated by tropical thunderstorms and is a set of resonant modes within the resonant cavity formed between the earth's surface and the D-region of the ionosphere.
Signals passing through the package components--such as the wire bond, transmission line or routing, plated through-hole (PTH) via, and ball--can be distorted because of the skin effect of the conductor, crosstalk/coupling between adjacent components, impedance mismatch at the interface of line and via or line and ball, the resonant cavity in the power/ground plane and the great radiated emission with bad power/ground design.
Greater achievements of thin sub-wavelength resonant cavity antennas [14] have been obtained [15-17].
Consequently, this paper will focus on the TR focus gains of the polarization-varying EM fields in a rectangular resonant cavity, where two points will be researched: TR focus gains in the different polarization states of the static transceivers and the ones of the rotating transceivers.