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GATE ECE 2002
Subjective
+5
-0
Consider a parallel plate waveguide with plate separation d as shown in Fig. The electric and magnetic fields for the TEM mode are given by $${E_x} = \,{E_0}\,\,{e^{ - j\,k\,z + j\,\omega \,t}},\,{H_y} = {{{E_0}} \over \eta }\,{e^{ - j\,k\,z + j\,\omega \,t}}$$

Where $$k = \,\,\eta \,\omega \,\, \in$$
(a) Determine the surface charge densities $${\rho _s}$$ on the plates at x = 0 and x = d
(b) Determine the surface current densities $$\mathop {{J_s}}\limits^ \to$$ on the same plates.
(c) Prove that $${\rho _s}$$ and $$\mathop {{J_s}}\limits^ \to$$ satisfy the current continuity condition.

2
GATE ECE 2002
Subjective
+5
-0
Consider a parallel plate waveguide with plate separation d as shown in Fig. The electric and magnetic fields for the TEM mode are given by $${E_x} = \,{E_0}\,\,{e^{ - j\,k\,z + j\,\omega \,t}},\,{H_y} = {{{E_0}} \over \eta }\,{e^{ - j\,k\,z + j\,\omega \,t}}$$

Where $$k = \,\,\eta \,\omega \,\, \in$$
(a) Determine the surface charge densities $${\rho _s}$$ on the plates at x = 0 and x = d
(b) Determine the surface current densities $$\mathop {{J_s}}\limits^ \to$$ on the same plates.
(c) Prove that $${\rho _s}$$ and $$\mathop {{J_s}}\limits^ \to$$ satisfy the current continuity condition.

3
GATE ECE 2002
Subjective
+5
-0
Consider a parallel plate waveguide with plate separation d as shown in Fig. The electric and magnetic fields for the TEM mode are given by $${E_x} = \,{E_0}\,\,{e^{ - j\,k\,z + j\,\omega \,t}},\,{H_y} = {{{E_0}} \over \eta }\,{e^{ - j\,k\,z + j\,\omega \,t}}$$

Where $$k = \,\,\eta \,\omega \,\, \in$$
(a) Determine the surface charge densities $${\rho _s}$$ on the plates at x = 0 and x = d
(b) Determine the surface current densities $$\mathop {{J_s}}\limits^ \to$$ on the same plates.
(c) Prove that $${\rho _s}$$ and $$\mathop {{J_s}}\limits^ \to$$ satisfy the current continuity condition.

4
GATE ECE 2001
Subjective
+5
-0
A rectangular hollow metal waveguide has dimensions a = 2.29 cm and b = 1.02 cm. Microwave power at 10 GHz is transmitted through the waveguide in the $$T{E_{10}}$$ mode.
(a) Calculate the cut-off wavelength and the guide wavelength for this mode.
(b) What are the other (TE or TM) modes that can propagate through the waveguide?
(c) If a = b = 2.29 cm, what are the modes which can propagate through the waveguide?
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