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Low‐loss parallel‐plate waveguide at 10.6 μm
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8.From the mode analysis it turned out that the attenuation constant of the mode in a slightly curved parallel‐plate guide is larger than that in a noncurved parallel‐plate guide by a factor of where is only 1% in a typical case of and
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