Nondestructive Permittivity and Loss Tangent Measurements Using a Split-Cylinder Resonator
Michael D. Janezic, Edward Kuester, James R. Baker-Jarvis
In this paper we present a new theoretical model, based on the mode-matching method, for making nondestructive permittivity and loss tangent measurements using the split-cylinder resonator. This new model properly takes into account the fringing electric and magnetic fields, thereby improving the measurement accuracy of the technique. in order to verify the new split-cylinder model, we present permittivity and loss tangent measurement results for several dielectric substrates and show good agreement with measurements made in a conventional cylindrical cavity.
August 17-24, 2002
Maastricht, 1, NL
2002 URSI General Assembly
dielectric constant, loss tangent, permittivity, resonator, split-cylinder
, Kuester, E.
and Baker-Jarvis, J.
Nondestructive Permittivity and Loss Tangent Measurements Using a Split-Cylinder Resonator, 2002 URSI General Assembly, Maastricht, 1, NL
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