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|Title:||Microwave Optice Using Dielectric Prisms and Dielectric Rods|
|Authors:||Ali, Zahur Muhammad|
|Advisor:||McLay, A. B.|
|Abstract:||<p>The effects of two types of prisms on the standing wave patterns and on the radiation field patterns have been investigated. It is shown that the boundary faces of the dielectric prism behave as the boundary walls of a dielectric waveguide and concentrate the power at the tip of the prism.</p> <p>An effort was made to investigate the Goos-Haenchen shift inside the waveguide. It was not possible to observe any Goos-Haenchen shift inside the waveguide.</p> <p>Diffraction patterns have been studied with the electric vector perpendicular to the axis of two dielectric rods of two different diameters (a =1.916 cm, 1.233 cm). Runs have been taken across and along the direction of propagation of the beam. Some experimental results have also been compared with the calculated results.</p>|
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