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Waveguide Components Based on Multiple-Mode Resonators: Advances in Microwave Multiple-Mode Waveguide Components, including Multiplexers, Three-State Diplexers, Crossovers, and Balanced/Unbalanced Elements
Sai-Wai Wong1; Jing-Yu Lin2; Yang Yang2; Zai-Cheng Guo3; Lei Zhu3; Qing-Xin Chu4
2021-02
Source PublicationIEEE Microwave Magazine
ISSN1527-3342
Volume22Issue:2Pages:33-45
Abstract

Waveguide components have been widely explored for several decades, due to their inherent merits of low insertion losses, high quality (Q) factors, and a significant power-handling capacity. Historically, cavity-based narrowband filters and multiplexers have been explored and designed for base stations and satellite applications. Compared with using single-mode resonators (SMRs), the implementation of multiple-mode resonators (MMRs) in waveguide structures is a promising solution to dramatically reduce the circuit volume and improve the frequency selectivity. Taking advantage of MMR techniques, various innovative waveguide structures have been proposed for a wide range of application scenarios. This article presents an overview of advances in microwave multiple-mode waveguide components, including narrow-, wide-, and multiband filters; multiplexers; three-state diplexers; crossovers; and balanced/unbalanced elements. Representative examples and their results are comprehensively discussed and summarized.

DOI10.1109/MMM.2020.3035863
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Electronics and Information Engineering,Shenzhen University,China
2.School of Electrical and Data Engineering,University of Technology,Sydney,Australia
3.Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,University of Macau,Macao
4.School of Electronics and Information Engineering,South China University of Technology,Guangzhou,China
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Sai-Wai Wong,Jing-Yu Lin,Yang Yang,et al. Waveguide Components Based on Multiple-Mode Resonators: Advances in Microwave Multiple-Mode Waveguide Components, including Multiplexers, Three-State Diplexers, Crossovers, and Balanced/Unbalanced Elements[J]. IEEE Microwave Magazine,2021,22(2):33-45.
APA Sai-Wai Wong,Jing-Yu Lin,Yang Yang,Zai-Cheng Guo,Lei Zhu,&Qing-Xin Chu.(2021).Waveguide Components Based on Multiple-Mode Resonators: Advances in Microwave Multiple-Mode Waveguide Components, including Multiplexers, Three-State Diplexers, Crossovers, and Balanced/Unbalanced Elements.IEEE Microwave Magazine,22(2),33-45.
MLA Sai-Wai Wong,et al."Waveguide Components Based on Multiple-Mode Resonators: Advances in Microwave Multiple-Mode Waveguide Components, including Multiplexers, Three-State Diplexers, Crossovers, and Balanced/Unbalanced Elements".IEEE Microwave Magazine 22.2(2021):33-45.
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