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28 June 1999 Method and automatic complete set for nondestructive tensor component and loss measurement crystal materials for infrared and optical engineering
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This work is the continuation of the whole series works, dedicated to the investigation of the resonant phenomena in various kind waveguide junctions and expansions. The development requirements of radar and SHF technique cause the wide utilization of the expansions and junctions: as antenna's paths system, wave modes changers and switches, high-Q resonators, measurement devices, frequency band- splitting devices (SHF-filters, satellite communication and TV system multiplexers) and etc. But the anisotropic dielectrics electrical characteristics measurements is of important interest. High quality materials that using in present time (as SHF-filter elements; high-Q resonators and etc.) are the anisotropic crystals. So, the waveguide junctions with anisotropic loading investigation problem is actual.
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Oleg M. Lazaryev and A. V. Strizhachenko "Method and automatic complete set for nondestructive tensor component and loss measurement crystal materials for infrared and optical engineering", Proc. SPIE 3793, Operational Characteristics and Crystal Growth of Nonlinear Optical Materials, (28 June 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.351427
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