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Cavity Resonator

Dr. A. Petrishia
Associate Professor
TRP Engineering College

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Outline
Introduction
Wave guides
Cavity Resonators
Types of Cavity Resonator
Rectangular Cavity Resonator
Circular Cavity Resonator
Applications
Conclusion
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Waveguides
The two-wire transmission line used in conventional circuits is inefficient for
transferring electromagnetic energy at microwave frequencies
Structure guide electromagnetic waves at microwave frequencies
a- operating frequencies- 0.7
b- power handling capacity- 0.2 -0.5
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-4cUv92FCqM

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Introduction
A cavity resonator is a useful microwave device

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Introduction

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UWB system
Ultra Wideband High Bandwidth, FCC - 2002
IEEE 802.15.3a

Foremost communication systems are based on


sinusoidal waves

UWB systems are based on exchanging data using short


duration pulses of sub nanoseconds which covers a very
wide bandwidth in the frequency domain - hence the name
Ultra WideBand
f H -f L
fc
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UWB system features
Unlicensed spectrum
Ultra short pulses High data rate
Base band transmission Simple transceiver
design
Low duty cycle High energy efficiency
Low probability of detect/intercept extremely low
pulse width
Immunity to multipath fading

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UWB Antenna
Capable of receiving all frequencies at the same time

Electrical size must be small with high efficiency

Pulse distortion must be kept to a minimum

Constant radiation pattern through out the band of


operation

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Directional Omni Directional

Gain High Low


Antenna Size Large Small
Field of View Narrow Wide

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