A-31. Size and shape.
A-32. Slots and apertures.
A-33. Standing waves that cause power losses, a reduction in power-handling capability, and an
increase in frequency and sensitivity.
A-34. Metal plates.
A-36. As a shunt resistance.
A-38. Characteristic impedance.
A-39. Absorb all energy without producing standing waves.
A-42. Greater than 2 wavelengths.
A-43. Choke joint.
A-44. Improperly connected joints or damaged inner surface.
A-45. Sampling energy within a waveguide.
A-46. 1/4 wavelength.
A-47. Absorb the energy not directed at the pick-up probe and a portion of the overall energy.
A-48. The wavefront portions add.
A-49. The reflected energy adds at the absorbent material and is absorbed.
A-50. Size and shape of the cavity.
A-51. Probes, loops, and slots.
A-52. The area of maximum H lines.
A-53. E-type and H-type.
A-54. The junction arm extends in a direction parallel to the H lines in the main waveguide.
A-55. E-type and H-type.