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Articles by N.M. Ridler, National Physical Laboratory (NPL) Teddington, UK; R.A. Ginley, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Boulder, CO

IEEE P1785: A New Standard for Waveguide Above 110 GHz

The Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) of the IEEE has recently launched an activity to develop an international standard to define waveguides used at frequencies of 110 GHz and above—specifically, rectangular metallic waveguides. The stan...
N.M. Ridler, National Physical Laboratory (NPL) Teddington, UK; R.A. Ginley, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Boulder, CO
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There are many applications that are presently being researched in the high millimeter-wave/low terahertz frequency range. These applications are supporting many areas, including astronomy, remote sensing, communications, radar systems and homeland security. This standard is being developed to make sure that all of these applications have a commonality and...
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