Hello, i have a microstrip operating at 10GHz L=4.91mm Er=9.6 d=0.254mm W=0.24mm as shown bellow.
from transmission line theory
Ee=0.5*(9.6+1)+0.5*(9.61)*(1/sqrt(1+12*(0.254/0.24)))=6.46mm
W/d=0.94
Z0=49.77 from formula (3.196)
k0=209.4[1/m]
phi=sqrt(6.46)*209.4*4.91*10^(3)=2.61[rad]=149.8[deg] as shown bellow.
I want to convert my 150 degrees into wavelength.
Is there a manual where i can find how many wavelength there are in the 150 degrees?
Thanks.
from transmission line theory
Ee=0.5*(9.6+1)+0.5*(9.61)*(1/sqrt(1+12*(0.254/0.24)))=6.46mm
W/d=0.94
Z0=49.77 from formula (3.196)
k0=209.4[1/m]
phi=sqrt(6.46)*209.4*4.91*10^(3)=2.61[rad]=149.8[deg] as shown bellow.
I want to convert my 150 degrees into wavelength.
Is there a manual where i can find how many wavelength there are in the 150 degrees?
Thanks.
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