The Inverted Conductor-Backed Slotline - a Challenge to Antenna and Circuit Design
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The characteristics of modes on the conductor-backed slotline, the inverted conductor-backed slotline and on its modification in which the top dielectric layer with higher permittivity has a finite thickness, are presented in this paper. Only the modified inverted conductor-backed slotline is able to transmit the dominant bound mode. The inverted and modified inverted conductor-backed slotlines are real candidates for the design of leaky wave antennas.
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