In this paper a method is introduced and applied to calculate the effects of an external field on a circular symmetric microstrip transmission line. The primary/secondary field idea is used for this purpose. The primary field is determined analytically for the cases of normal TMz and TEz incidence. The secondary field is determined using multi-conductor transmission line theory. The method is applied to a special structure and some useful results are obtained.
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