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Figure 6.1 (p.

267)
A series RLC resonator and its response. (a) The series RLC circuit. (b) The input impedance magnitude versus frequency.
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Figure 6.2 (p. 269)


A parallel RLC resonator and its response. (a) The parallel RLC circuit. (b) The input impedance magnitude versus frequency.
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Figure 6.3 (p. 271)


A resonant circuit connected to an external load, RL.
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Figure 6.4 (p. 273)


A short-circuited length of lossy transmission line, and the voltage distributions for n = 1 2 and n 2( ) resonators.
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Figure 6.5 (p. 276)


An open-circuited length of lossy transmission line, and the voltage distributions for n = 1 2 and n 2( ) resonators.
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Figure 6.6 (p. 278)


A rectangular resonant cavity, and the electric field distributions for the TE101 and TE102 resonant modes.
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Figure 6.7 (p. 283)


Photograph of a W-band waveguide frequency meter. The knob rotates to change the length of the circuit-cavity resonator; the scale gives a readout of the frequency.
Photograph courtesy of Millitech Corporation, Northampton, Mass.

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Figure 6.8 (p. 283)


A cylindrical resonant cavity, and the electric field distribution for resonant modes with 1 or 2
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Figure 6.9 (p. 284)


Resonant mode chart for a cylindrical cavity.
Adapted from data from R.E. Collin, Foundations for Microwave Engineering (McGraw-Hill, 1965)

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Figure 6.10 (p. 286)


Normalized Q for various cylindrical cavity modes (air-filled).
Adapted from data from R.E. Collin, Foundations for Microwave Engineering (McGraw-Hill, 1965)

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Figure 6.11 (p. 288)


Geometry of a cylindrical dielectric resonator.
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Figure 6.12 (p. 288)


Magnetic wall boundary condition approximation and distribution of Hz versus I for p = 0 of the first mode of the cylindrical dielectric resonator.

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Figure 6.13 (p. 291)


Coupling to microwave resonators. (a) A microstrip transmission line resonator gap coupled to a microstrip feedline. (b) A rectangular cavity resonator fed by a coaxial probe. (c) A circular cavity resonator aperture coupled to a rectangular waveguide. (d) A dielectric resonator coupled to a microstrip feedline.
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Figure 6.14 (p. 292)


A series resonant circuit coupled to a feedline.
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Figure 6.15 (p. 293)


Smith chart illustrating coupling to a series RLC circuit.

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Figure 6.16 (p. 293)


Equivalent chart of the gap-coupled microstrip resonator of Figure 6.13a.
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Figure 6.17 (p. 294)


Solutions to (6.78) for the resonant frequencies of the gap-coupled microstrip resonator.
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Figure 6.18 (p. 296)


Smith chart plot of input impedance of the gapcoupled microstrip resonator of Example 6.6 versus frequency for various values of the coupling capacitor.

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Figure 6.19 (p. 296)


A rectangular waveguide aperture coupled to a rectangular cavity.
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Figure 6.20 (p. 297)


Equivalent circuit of the aperture-coupled cavity.
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Figure 6.21 (p. 298)


A resonant cavity perturbed by a change in the permittivity of permeability of the material in the cavity. (a) Original cavity. (b) Perturbed cavity.
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Figure 6.22 (p. 300)


A rectangular cavity perturbed by a thin dielectric slab.
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Figure 6.23 (p. 301)


A resonant cavity perturbed by a change in shape. (a) Original cavity. (b) Perturbed cavity.
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Figure 6.24 (p. 302)


A rectangular cavity perturbed by a tuning post in the center of the top wall.
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