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A1. Microwave region.
A2. Electromagnetic field theory.
A3. The electromagnetic fields are completely confined.
A4. Conductive material.
A5. Copper loss.
A6. Skin effect.
A7. Air.
A8. Physical size.
A9. The characteristics of the dielectric of a capacitor.
A10. A shorted quarter-wave section called a metallic insulator.
A11. The "a" dimension.
A12. The bus bar becomes wider.
A13. Energy will no longer pass through the waveguide.
A14. The interaction of the electric and magnetic fields.
A15. The relative strength of the field.
A16. Magnetic lines of force must form a continuous closed loop.
A17. The H lines cancel.
A18. The field must be perpendicular to the conductors.
A19. Decrease to zero.
A20. The angles are equal.
A21. Cutoff frequency.
A22. Slower.
A23. Group velocity.
A24. Mode of operation.
A25. Dominant mode.
A26. 1.71 times the diameter.
A27. Transverse electric (TE) and transverse magnetic (TM).
A28. TE.
A29. Second.
A30. First.
A31. Size and shape.
A32. Slots and apertures.
A33. Standing waves that cause power losses, a reduction in power-handling capability, and an increase in frequency and sensitivity.
A34. Metal plates.

A35. Inductive.
A36. As a shunt resistance.
A37. Horn.
A38. Characteristic impedance.
A39. Absorb all energy without producing standing waves.
A40. Heat.
A41. Reflections.
A42. Greater than 2 wavelengths.
A43. Choke joint.
A44. Improperly connected joints or damaged inner surface.
A45. Sampling energy within a waveguide.
A46. 1/4 wavelength.
A47. Absorb the energy not directed at the pick-up probe and a portion of the overall energy.
A48. The wavefront portions add.
A49. The reflected energy adds at the absorbent material and is absorbed.
A50. Size and shape of the cavity.
A51. Probes, loops, and slots.
A52. The area of maximum H lines.
A53. E-type and H-type.
A54. The junction arm extends in a direction parallel to the H lines in the main waveguide.
A55. E-type and H-type.
A56. Low power-handling capability and power losses.
A57. Basic E-type junctions.
A58. High-power duplexes.
A59. Magnetic properties and high resistance.
A60. Electron spin.
A61. Wobble at a natural resonant frequency.
A62. The applied magnetic field.
A63. Faraday rotation.

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