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TE01δDIELECTRIC-RESONATOR TECHNIQUE FOR PRECISE MEASUREMENTS OF THE COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY OF LOSSY LIQUIDS AT FREQUENCIES BELOW 1 GHz.

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Author(s)

Jerzy Krupka, Kristof Derzakowski, Michael D. Janezic, James R. Baker-Jarvis

Abstract

A novel TE01δmode cylindrical dielectric resonator has been used to measure the complex permittivity of liquids. Measurements have been performed at frequencies of 422 MHz and 970 MHz on 1-propanol alcohol, methyl alcohol, deionized water, and conductivity standard water-potassium chloride solutions. Rigorous mode-matching anaylsis was used to determine the complex permittivity. Relative measurement type B uncertainties for the real permittivity were estimated to be less than 0.01 and for the loss tangent, less than 0.01.
Conference Dates
June 27-July 2, 2004
Conference Location
Teddington, 1, UK
Conference Title
CPEM 2004 CONFERENCE ON PRECISION ELECTROMAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS

Keywords

Dielectric constant, dielectric-resonator, liquids, gigahertz, permittivity.

Citation

Krupka, J. , Derzakowski, K. , Janezic, M. and Baker-Jarvis, J. (2004), TE<sub>01&#948;</sub>DIELECTRIC-RESONATOR TECHNIQUE FOR PRECISE MEASUREMENTS OF THE COMPLEX PERMITTIVITY OF LOSSY LIQUIDS AT FREQUENCIES BELOW 1 GHz., CPEM 2004 CONFERENCE ON PRECISION ELECTROMAGNETIC MEASUREMENTS, Teddington, 1, UK (Accessed May 25, 2024)

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Created June 30, 2004, Updated October 12, 2021