waveguide

NOUN
  1. a hollow metal conductor that provides a path to guide microwaves; used in radar
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How To Use waveguide In A Sentence

  • The chip, called a photonic silicon waveguide, is a piece of silicon dotted with arrays of tiny holes. IBM Slows the Speed of Light | Impact Lab
  • When trying to measure and align a single-mode polymer waveguide, difficulties with machine-vision inspection arise as a result of the limited contrast difference between the waveguide and the bulk material.
  • Coplanar waveguides having a deep trench between a signal line and a ground plane and methods of their fabrication are disclosed.
  • Vowels control properties of the simulated drumskin using waveguide synthesis, consonants control properties of the mallet and how it strikes the drumskin. July « 2008 « Alex McLean
  • Charles joined the long - haul waveguide group led by Dr Karbowiak at STL.
  • The Raman laser optical cavity was formed by coating one of the waveguide facets with a multilayer coating, while leaving the other facet uncoated.
  • It is found that optimization of the structure parameters of ridge waveguide (RWG) can decrease the threshold current of RWG laser diode.
  • The planar waveguide process involves placing glass fibres on silicon chips in order to provide pathways capable of routing a light signal between fiber optic strands.
  • It is based upon the coupling of plasmons (charge density oscillations) excited by light in thin metal films, with waveguide modes in a dielectric layer overcoating the metal film.
  • Asymmetric ridge waveguide slot array is a novel linear array radiating element for phased array antenna.
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