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75b) FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT TECHNIQUES FOR IMPEDANCE 39 The right-hand sides of Eq. 75) are zero as is evident from Parseval’s theorem. 70). Hence the integrand j (x) E (x) : 0 for any value of x. Up V V to this point, the formulation of the problem is exact, since no approximations have been made. The next step is to solve Eqs. 75b) simultaneously by means of Galerkin’s method. 76a) b e (x). 76b) If we restrict the analysis to a one-term approximation, E ( ) V and E ( ) F+e (x),. Then Eq. 77) N ( , )"E ( )"d : 0.

Further let  G G ;  : k 9  : k , G AG i : 1, 2, 3. 57c) Using Maxwell’s equations, it is possible to show that in a source-free medium, the fields associated with the TM mode can be derived from an electric vector potential function (x, y) as follows: E  : ; ; (x, y) . 58a) On substituting Eq. 58c) where and i and j are unit vectors in the x- and y-directions. Similarly the fields associated with the TE modes can be derived from a magnetic vector potential function (x, y) as follows: E  : 9j ;(x, y) .

An interesting feature of this method is that it can provide the magnitude of the field components in the cross-section of the structure. 1 Spectral Domain Method In this section the spectral domain analysis [18, 19] is presented initially for a single slot line and later extended to the case of a coupled slot line. 13(a). This structure has three regions that are defined as follows: Region 1 for h : y  Region 2 for 0 - y - h  Region 3 for y : 0 The structure supports a hybrid mode which can be considered as a superposition of TE and TM modes.

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