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Multiple-resonator-based bandpass filters
Sun S.; Zhu L.
2009-04-01
Source PublicationIEEE Microwave Magazine
ISSN15273342
Volume10Issue:2Pages:88-98
AbstractA variety of Multiple-Mode-Resonator (MMR) based bandpass filters with stepped-impedance or stub-loaded non-uniform configurations for ultra-Wide-Band (UWB) transmission systems has been discussed. The filter consists of a low impedance line section in the center and two identical high-impedance line sections on the two sides. These filters features a simple design, compact size, low loss and good linearity in the UWB, enhanced out-of-band rejection, and easy integration with other circuits/antennas. The Parallel-Coupled Microstrip Line (PCML) has been widely used in the design of multistage bandpass filters. The MMR-based UWB filters exhibit a good UWB passband and compact overall size. This MMR-based UWB bandpass filter can be realized by utilizing other resonant modes, such as the first two, three, or four resonant modes of a constituted MMR.
DOI10.1109/MMM.2008.931673
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
AffiliationNanyang Technological University
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Sun S.,Zhu L.. Multiple-resonator-based bandpass filters[J]. IEEE Microwave Magazine,2009,10(2):88-98.
APA Sun S.,&Zhu L..(2009).Multiple-resonator-based bandpass filters.IEEE Microwave Magazine,10(2),88-98.
MLA Sun S.,et al."Multiple-resonator-based bandpass filters".IEEE Microwave Magazine 10.2(2009):88-98.
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