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IEEE 1785.2-2016

IEEE Standard for Rectangular Metallic Waveguides and Their Interfaces for Frequencies of 110 GHz and Above–Part 2: Waveguide Interfaces

Specifications for rectangular waveguide interfaces are given in this standard. It considers the tolerances of the waveguide interface dimensions and the effect these have on the electrical properties (in terms of reflection coefficient) of the waveguide.

Sponsor Committee
MTT/SCC - Standards Coordinating Committee
Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2012-08-30
Board Approval
2016-03-03
History
ANSI Approved:
2017-09-27
Published:
2016-09-09

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society
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Sponsor Committee
MTT/SCC - Standards Coordinating Committee
Working Group
WMSMW_WG - Waveguides for Millimeter and Sub-Millimeter Wavelengths
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IEEE Program Manager
Vanessa Lalitte
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Working Group Chair
Nick Ridler
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1785.1-2012

IEEE Standard for Rectangular Metallic Waveguides and Their Interfaces for Frequencies of 110 GHz and Above–Part 1: Frequency Bands and Waveguide Dimensions

Specifications for the waveguide (including aperture dimensions, frequency range, cutoff frequency, etc.) are given in this standard. This standard considers the tolerances of the waveguide aperture dimensions and the effect these have on the electrical properties (in terms of return loss, transmission loss, etc.) of the waveguide.

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1785.3-2016

IEEE Recommended Practice for Rectangular Metallic Waveguides and Their Interfaces for Frequencies of 110 GHz and Above–Part 3: Recommendations for Performance and Uncertainty Specifications

Recommendations for summarizing the performance and the expected uncertainty of the reflection coefficient of rectangular-waveguide apertures and interfaces for 110 GHz and above are provided in this recommended practice. The information provided also facilitates the development of a complete uncertainty analysis for the performance of rectangular waveguide interfaces. For example, it includes the dimensional information essential for calculating the uncertainty of both reflection and transmission coefficients through interfaces provided by different manufacturers if both follow this recommended practice.

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