The relative contributions of leaky, surface, and space waves are studied for an open-ended dielectric-loaded waveguide structure using Wiener-Hopf technique with the key step in factorizing the kernel being carried out numerically. The relative field contributions are evaluated by both ordinary saddle-point and modified saddle-point integration methods, and the accuracy of each method in different spatial regions is examined.
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