One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The plane of the electric field in a rectangular waveguide; frequently attributive, especially designating a T-shaped junction of two rectangular waveguides in which one is joined across the width of the other (so that the stem and crosspiece of the T are in different planes).
1940s; earliest use found in U.S. Patents.
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