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Multiple-mode-resonator-based bandpass filters for ultrawideband transmission systems
Sun, S.; Zhu, L.
2009-04-01
Source PublicationIEEE Microwave Magazine
ISSN1527-3342
Pages88-98
Abstract

This article describes a class of recently developed multiple-mode-resonator-based bandpass filters for ultra-wide-band (UWB) transmission systems. These filters have many attractive features, including 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. In this article, we present a variety of multiple-mode resonators with stepped-impedance or stub-loaded nonuniform confi gurations and analyze their properties based on the transmission line theory. Along with the frequency dispersion of parallel-coupled transmission lines, we design and implement various fi lter structures on planar, uniplanar, and hybrid transmission line geometries.

KeywordMulti-mode Resonator Bandpass Filters Ultra-wideband
DOI10.1109/MMM.2008.931673
Language英語English
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PUB ID27305
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
Corresponding AuthorZhu, L.
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Sun, S.,Zhu, L.. Multiple-mode-resonator-based bandpass filters for ultrawideband transmission systems[J]. IEEE Microwave Magazine,2009:88-98.
APA Sun, S.,&Zhu, L..(2009).Multiple-mode-resonator-based bandpass filters for ultrawideband transmission systems.IEEE Microwave Magazine,88-98.
MLA Sun, S.,et al."Multiple-mode-resonator-based bandpass filters for ultrawideband transmission systems".IEEE Microwave Magazine (2009):88-98.
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