A set of measuring microwave resonators

Karpovich, V.; Gaevskaya, T.; Rodionova, V.; Tanana, O.
May 2013
Instruments & Experimental Techniques;May2013, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p289
Academic Journal
An universal set of broadband high-Q measuring resonators operating in a frequency band of 0.6-180 GHz is described. The resonators may be used for physical investigations, measuring parameters of different media, and in spectroscopy, holography, radio-astronomy, communication engineering, and physical electronics. The microwave resonators with a mechanical frequency tuning range of 1/2 octave and higher and a loaded Q-factor of no less than 10 are created, and there is a possibility of electronic frequency adjustments in them.


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