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Potential Applications of PBG Engineered Structures in Microwave Engineering: Part I

July 16, 2004
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Electromagnetic bandgap (EBG) materials are periodic structures that exhibit wide bandpass and band rejection properties at microwave frequencies. Introducing periodic perturbations such as dielectric rods, holes and patterns in waveguides and PCB substrates forms photonic bandgap (PBG) materials. As in a photonic crystal (PC), photon propagation is impeded by...
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