An ultra-wideband bandpass frequency selective structure based on hybrid multimode resonators
Li,Hanxuan1; Li,Bo1; Zhu,Lei2
Source PublicationAsia-Pacific Microwave Conference Proceedings, APMC
AbstractIn this paper, an ultra-wideband (UWB) bandpass frequency selective structure (FSS) based on hybrid multimode slotline-microstrip-slotline resonators is presented. The proposed FSS consists of a periodic array of stacked slotline-microstrip-slotline structures, which can achieve mode conversion between the incident spatial waves and the guided waves. Then, by constructing multimode resonators in the hybrid slotline-microstrip-slotline structures, a UWB bandpass response can be achieved with multiple in-band transmission poles. Furthermore, by introducing cross-couplings between the first and last slotline resonators, a pair of transmission zeros are generated at both sides of the desired passband to enhance the roll-off-slopes and the out-of-band performance. In order to verify the concept, a proposed FSS example is designed and fabricated. The measured results exhibit UWB bandpass filtering responses with seven inband transmission poles and a pair of transmission zeros close to the passband, which indicates 117% fractional bandwidth.
KeywordFrequency selective structure (FSS) Multimode resonators Transmission zeros Ultrawideband (UWB) bandpass
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Affiliation1.College of Electronic and Optical Engineering College of Microelectronics,Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications,Nanjing,China
2.Faculty of Science and Technology,University of Macau,Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,Macao
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Li,Hanxuan,Li,Bo,Zhu,Lei. An ultra-wideband bandpass frequency selective structure based on hybrid multimode resonators[C],2019:393-395.
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