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These are considered below. 2 3i2 and Passive Mode Coupling 24 Active in engineering practice to transfer power from one transmission line, partially or completely, to another. One means to accomplish this is by a directional coupler. By allowing appropriate is sometimes useful coupling between the two lines in question, power can be transferred from one to the other. 4 Two possible in this section. The first is called a coupler in which the phase and group velocities of both coupled modes are in the positive z-direction.
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