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Electronics Letters
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Broadband microwave dielectric properties of lithium niobate

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Abstract

The anisotropic microwave refractive index and loss of lithium niobate, in the 15-140 GHz range, are measured using the coherent microwave transient spectroscopy technique. The frequency-dependent complex transmission function of a 5-98 mm thick crystal is studied as a function of the angle between the electric Field and the optic axis. © 1991, The Institution of Electrical Engineers. All rights reserved.

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17 Jan 1991

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Electronics Letters

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