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How Can 3D-Printed Plastic Waveguides Enable V-Band Applications? (.PDF Download)

Waveguides structures have been well known for ages. Proposed by J.J. Thomson in 1893 and formally calculated by Lord Rayleigh a couple years later, they have been used heavily since World War II in a wide range of microwave and millimeter-wave (mmWave) applications. Such applications include radar, military and civil transmissions, aerospace and satellites, industrial ovens, etc.

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