The measurement of a power flow in two-mode waveguide with using galvanomagnetic transducers


  • P. V. Ivkin National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Ukraine



The most widespread method of power measuring in multimode waveguide supposes using of multiprobe section [1, 2]. Such a section contains gauges of electrical field in shape of thin wire probes. The probes are situated in several reference and measuring sections. It is possible to measure amplitudes and phases of wave composition with use of such a section. The power of each wave is calculated from the obtained amplitudes of fields.


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