|Jun17-12, 04:15 PM||#1|
Open circuit in a waveguide and in a coaxial cable
Hello, I've heard that if an coaxial cable is cut, it's not able to radiate an electromagnetic field in the open space; besides I know that an open waveguide can radiate, and a horn antenna is a typical example of this.
May someone please explain the reason of the two different behaviours?
Thanks in advance.
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