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Volume 30, 201929th International Crimean Conference “Microwave & Telecommunication Technology” (CriMiCo’2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Passive Components (5)|
|Published online||27 November 2019|
Analysis of a fast-acting waveguide ferrite phase shifter with longitudinal magnetization phasing structure
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, 5 building 1, 2 nd Baumanskaya str., Moscow, 105005, Russia
* Corresponding author: mc firstname.lastname@example.org
The electrodynamic analysis and calculation of the phasing structure of a waveguide ferrite Faraday phase shifter with longitudinal magnetization of a ferrite rod with a square cross-section are performed. In the strict electrodynamic formulation, the Galerkin method solves the key problem for the design of the phase shifter: the problem of eigenwaves finding with a second-order differential magnetic operator in the projection procedure for a rectangular waveguide with a transversely inhomogeneous ferrite-dielectric filling under longitudinal magnetization. The problem is reduced to solving the complete eigenvalue problem of a complex matrix. The computational algorithm, implemented as a computer program in DELPHI, gives in one procedure the numerical values of the coefficients of the decomposition of fields in the form of eigenvectors of the matrix, and the coefficients of wave propagation in the form of its eigenvalues. The results of calculations of the phasing structure activity for two particular cases of its implementation are presented: on the basis of a ferrite rod both with a conductive coating and without a coating, it is shown that in the second case the activity of the phase shifter is 1.5 times higher. For the real parameters of the ferrite medium, the length of the phasing structure is calculated depending on the transverse dimensions of the ferrite rod and the square waveguide, which ensures the creation of a 360° controlled phase shift.
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