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Applications of Waveguides

Waveguides are used to transfer electromagnetic power efficiently from one point in space to another. Some common guiding structures are shown in Fig. These include the typical coaxial cable, the two-wire and microstrip transmission lines, hollow conducting waveguides, and optical fibres.
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Typical waveguide structures

In practice, the choice of structure depends upon some factors, such as
  1. the desired operating frequency band,
  2. the amount of power to be transferred, and
  3. the amount of transmission losses that can be tolerated.

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