resonant cavity


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Dec31-10, 05:14 PM
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hello
I am a new member in this forum , and I want to learn well with you...sorry I speak little English,so I use google traductor , i speak french , but with french unfortunately there is a little information!
now
what is a cavity resonant ? and how to write equations for field within...i know maxwell's equation electromagnetic
thank you
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hello
I am a new member in this forum , and I want to learn well with you...sorry I speak little English,so I use google traductor , i speak french , but with french unfortunately there is a little information!
now
what is a cavity resonant ? and how to write equations for field within...i know maxwell's equation electromagnetic
thank you
Welcome to the PF.

Does this introductory article help?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resonan...ity_resonators

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mehdi87
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Jan1-11, 04:06 AM
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thank you berkman
Can you give me something to show that the method allows us to calculate the fields within the cavity.
and sorry , i use google traductor

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resonant cavity


http://www.amanogawa.com/archive/docs/EM15.pdf
http://www.amanogawa.com/archive/docs/EM16.pdf


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