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S. system electric field has the basic dimension Volt/meter (V/m) while magnetic flux density gets the dimension Tesla (T). The relationship between a V/m and an N/C and between a Tesla and an Ns/mC can be found in reference 1. 3). s. system, D has the dimension C/m2 , while the constant of proportionality ε0 is termed the absolute permittivity of free space. s. system a Farad is a Coulomb/volt. More generally, D = εr ε0 E, where εr is termed the relative permittivity of the material concerned.
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E. 3 TE10 mode The mode with the lowest cut-off frequency, which means that it can exist alone in a smooth empty waveguide, is the TE10 mode. 5. This is also true of the next dozen or so TE and TM modes as many texts on electromagnetic theory demonstrate [1–8]. 6). 1c (inclined solid line). Grey dashed line represents the speed of light line v = c A number of waveguide properties are encapsulated within the propagation equation, which are very effectively illuminated by constructing a k0 a − βa, or Brillouin diagram, for the waveguide.