millimeter wave materials
Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Abstract These two promising millimeter wave materials were found to exhibit one order of magnitude higher absorption coefficient than the common low-loss ceramics such as alumina, fused silica and beryllia. A modular, polarizing, dispersive Fourier transform spectrometer capable of operating over the range 5 mm to 0.004 mm was used to provide a continuous spectrum of the refractive index and absorption coefficient to an accuracy of five decimal places and less than 1 percent, respectively.
Type of Medium: