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Wide-Band Slow-Wave Systems by Vladislavas Daskevicius, Vytautas Urbanavicius, Julius Skudutis, Romanas Martavicius, Stanislovas Staras

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Multiconductor Line Method

The multiconductor line method is a very important method for analysis and simulation of wide-band slow-wave structures. It allows composition of accurate models of the structures and at the same time is relatively simple for analysis and design [1,2,3]. In the application of the method, a multiconductor line (MCL) or segments of MCLs are used for modeling of a real slow-wave system. Dimensions and other parameters of the model are the same as in the real system.

Originally, relatively simple MCLs consisting of uniform conductors with rectangular cross sections were used in models of slow-wave systems. Nowadays, complex MCLs are necessary for modeling of modern electronic devices [4,5]. The results obtained in ...

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