The broadband nonreciprocal passive devices of very high frequencies
Keywords:невзаємні пристрої, вентилі, циркулятори
AbstractIt is observed classification of nonreciprocal passive devices and the short description of their constructions and characteristics are made. The condition of modern instrument making of nonreciprocal passive ferrite devices at VHF is analysed and development directions of the technical data are generalised.
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