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107 e h e h , Pmn , Pkl , and Pkl are the powers carried by the TMmn , TEmn , TMkl , where Pmn and TEkl modes, respectively. 108) suggests that the total power flow in a lossless waveguide is equal to the summation of the powers carried by individual modes. This further implies that each mode carries power independent of the other modes. This condition is known as the power orthogonality. 108) is only valid for hybrid, TE, and TM modes that are nondegenerate. For degenerate modes, it only holds when the modes are of the same kind (TE or TM).

2. R. E. Collin, Field Theory of Guided Waves, IEEE Press, New York, 1991, pp. 329–337. 3. A. E. Taylor and W. R. Mann, Advanced Calculus, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1983, pp. 277–279. 15) between two different media as shown in Fig. 2. 2 Using the Poynting vector, prove that the average power density of a signal propagating in a waveguide is given by Eq. 20). 3 Show that TE modes can be characterized only by the magnetic scalar potential h x, y . 4 Derive Eqs. 54). 5 Show that TM modes can be characterized only by the electric scalar potential e x, y .

27 W2 H C k 2 H D 0 Both of these wave equations are also known as Helmholtz equations. Other commonly used wave equations are those in the plane transverse to the direction of wave propagation. Let’s assume that the direction of propagation is z. 30 for the rectangular coordinates, and Wz D az is the propagation constant with the š signs denoting the Ýz propagating directions, respectively. 31 where r2t represents the transverse (to the z-axis) Laplacian operator. Substituting Eq. 33 kc and ωc are referred to as the cutoff wave number and cutoff frequency, respectively, due to the fact that they reduce to the corresponding parameters at the cutoff ( D 0).

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