Standard air filled rectangular waveguides of dimensions a 229 cm and b 102 cm are designed for radar applications It is desired that these waveguides operate only in the dominatnt
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Standard air – filled rectangular waveguides of dimensions a = 2.29 cm and b= 1.02 cm are designed for radar applications. It is desired that these waveguides operate only in the dominatnt

 mode but not higher than 95% of the next higher cutoff frequency. The range of the allowable operating frequency f is.




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