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The Design and Fabrication of a Highly Compact Microstrip Dual-Band Bandpass Filter
Chu-Yu Chen;Chien-Chih Lin
PIER , 2011, DOI: 10.2528/PIER10111301
Abstract: A highly miniaturized 2.45/5.7 GHz dual-band bandpass filter is presented in this paper. It shows that the proposed filter which combines different sizes of open-loop resonators can excite two desired passbands. With the meandered technology and fractal geometry, the overall size is extremely compact compared with the published dual-band bandpass filters. Furthermore, the skirt selectivity of the proposed filter with two transmission zeros locating at both sides of the passbands is much improved. The rejection of the spurious response from 6.7 GHz to 14.5 GHz is successfully suppressed to the level lower than -15dB. The occupied area of the proposed filter is 9.8×8.7 mm. The measurement is in good agreement with the simulation
Design of Novel Dual-Band Bandpass Filter with Microstrip Meander-Loop Resonator and CSRR DGS
Gao-Lei Wu;Wei Mu;Xi-Wang Dai;Yong-Chang Jiao
PIER , 2008, DOI: 10.2528/PIER07090301
Abstract: A novel dual-band bandpass filter with meander-loop resonator and complement split-ring resonator (CSRR) defected ground structure (DGS) is proposed in this letter. Microstrip meanderloop resonator and CSRR DGS are operated for respective passbands. Several finite attenuation poles in stopbands are realized to improve the selectivity of the proposed bandpass filter and isolation between the two passbands. Compact size,dual band and high selectivity characteristics are realized by this type of filter structure. The filter is evaluated by experiment and simulation with very good agreement.
Compact Microstrip Bandpass Filter with Multispurious Suppression
Hung-Wei Wu;Shih-Kun Liu;Min-Hang Weng;Chia-Ho Hung
PIER , 2010, DOI: 10.2528/PIER10061601
Abstract: A compact microstrip bandpass filter (BPF) with multispurious suppression is presented. The filter consists of two coupled half-wavelength stepped impedance resonators (SIRs) and tapped input/output (I/O) lines. With tuning the impedance ratio (K) and length ratio (α) of SIRs, a very wide stopband can be easily achieved. The filter is designed at 2.4 GHz (f) with a wide stopband to 20 GHz (8.16f) and an average rejection level better than 25 dB. This study provides a simple and effective method to achieve a filter with very wide stopband and compact circuit size simultaneously. Good agreement between the full-wave electromagnetic (EM) simulation and measurement is compared.
Compact Narrowband Bandpass Filter Using Dual-Mode Octagonal Meandered Loop Resonator for Wimax Application
Babak Kazemi Esfeh;Alyani Ismail;Raja Syamsul Azmir Raja Abdullah;Helmi Adam;Adam Reda Hasan Alhawari
PIER B , 2009, DOI: 10.2528/PIERB09061601
Abstract: In this paper, a new design of a compact narrowband bandpass filter is proposed. This new narrowband bandpass filter is designed using an octagonal form of dual-mode closed-loop microstrip ring resonator based on a meander structure in order to achieve compactness. The designed filter has a 3 dB fractional bandwidth (FBW) of 5% at 2.3 GHz. The filter has been fabricated on Taconic CER-10 substrate having 0.64 mm thickness and a relative dielectric constant of 10. Experimental results show good agreement with simulated values. Apart from WiMax, this new model of filter is also useful for WLAN and mobile communication applications, since it is compact in size, low loss, and low cost with good performance of elliptic response with sharp rejection and adequate fractional bandwidth.
Compact and High Performance Dual-band Bandpass Filter Using Resonator-embedded Scheme for WLANs
B. F. Zong,G. M. Wang,H. Y. Zeng,Y. W. Wang
Radioengineering , 2012,
Abstract: A compact microstrip dual-band bandpass filter (DBBPF) with high selectivity and good suppression for wireless local area networks (WLANs) is proposed utilizing a novel embedded scheme resonator. Two passbands are produced by a pair of embedded half-wavelength mean dered stepped-impedance resonator (MSIR) and a quad-wavelength short stub loaded stepped-impedance resona tor (SIR) separately. The resonator is fed by folded T-shaped capacitive source-load coupling microstrip feed line, and four transmission zeros are obtained at both sides of the bands to improve selectivity and suppression. Simul taneously, the size of the filter is extermely compact be cause embedding half-wavelength MSIR only changes the interior configuration of quad-wavelength SIR. To validate the design method, the designed filter is fabricated and measured. Both simulated and measured results indicate that good transmission property has been achieved.
Dual-Mode Split Microstrip Resonator for Compact Narrowband Bandpass Filters
Vladimir V. Tyurnev;A. M. Serzhantov
PIER C , 2011, DOI: 10.2528/PIERC11062104
Abstract: A straight split dual-mode microstrip resonator is proposed. The frequencies of the two first oscillation modes in the resonator may be brought closer together by adjusting a split parameter whereas the frequency of the third mode remains approximately equal to the doubled average frequency of the first and the second modes. It is shown that formulas derived within 1D model give qualitatively true relations between the resonant frequencies and the structure parameters of the resonator. Examples of narrowband bandpass filters of the fourth and the sixth order are described. Transmission zeros below and above the passband substantially improve the filter's performance. The simulated frequency response of the three-resonator dual-mode filter is compared with the measured response of the fabricated filter.
New Dual-Band Bandpass Filter with Compact Sir Structure
Jian-Kang Xiao;Hui-Fen Huang
PIER Letters , 2010, DOI: 10.2528/PIERL10082202
Abstract: New dual-band bandpass filters with compact coupling and sizes reduction are proposed by using split ring stepped-impedance resonators and two paths coupling. In the new design, split ring SIR and defected ground structure are applied not only to reduce filter size but also to improve the filter performances. The presented filters have advantages of compact and novel structures, miniaturization and dual-band with nicer performances such as high selectivity, low passband insertion losses and so on, and these performances are demonstrated by measurement. The new design may be quite useful in wireless communication systems.
Development of Compact Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Microstrip Bandpass Filter  [PDF]
Kaliyavarathan Thirumalaivasan, Rangaswamy Nakkeeran
Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications (JEMAA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jemaa.2011.38053
Abstract: Miniaturized Ultra-Wideband (UWB) microstrip bandpass filter with wide passband is presented. The filter is developed based on modified multiple mode resonator, which is formed by transversely attaching three pairs of non-uniform and folded stubs with lowpass and highpass sections. Both sides of high-impedance section are linked with two feed lines via direct coupled lines, resulting UWB bandpass filter. The designed filter provides 7 GHz passband between 2.5 and 9.5 GHz with approximately, –0.5 dB insertion loss, –35 dB minimum return loss at 6.85 GHz, linear phase over the passband and 110% of fractional bandwidth at –3 dB. The computed group delay variation in the passband for the filter is 0.02 ns. The overall dimension of the filter is 10.7 mm (length) × 3 mm (width) × 1.6 mm (thickness).
Compact Microstrip Bandpass Filter Using Miniaturized Hairpin Resonator
Sungyun Jun;Kai Chang
PIER Letters , 2013, DOI: 10.2528/PIERL12120510
Abstract: A compact microstripbandpass filter using miniaturized hairpin resonators is presented in this letter. Two modified stepped impedance hairpin resonators connected by parallel coupling are designed for the bandpass filter. The proposed miniaturized hairpin resonator is composed of amicrostrip line and rectangular ring structures between parallel high impedance lines. A big capacitance in the hairpin resonator is provided by the gaps ofrectangular ring structures in the parallel high impedance lines. Therefore, the proposed bandpass filter using the hairpin resonators has a low insertion loss, low return loss and compact size. The proposed bandpass filter with acenter frequency of4.96GHz is designed with EM full wave simulator IE3D andverified with experiment.
Compact Third-Order Microstrip Bandpass Filter Using Hybrid Resonators
Fei Xiao;Martin Norgren;Sailing He
PIER C , 2011, DOI: 10.2528/PIERC10092706
Abstract: In this paper, a novel microwave bandpass filter structure is proposed. By introducing a metallic via hole, the filter structure operates as one λ/2 and two λ/4 uniform impedance resonators and consequently form a triplet coupling scheme. The equivalent circuit model is analyzed in detail, which shows that there is a transmission zero in the low stopband. Based on that concept, three microstrip filters are designed, fabricated and measured, respectively. The first filter has no source/load coupling and only one transmission zero is created. By introducing source/load coupling, the second filter can create three transmission zeros. The third filter can create a controllable transmission zero in upper stopband. The simulated and measured results agree very well.
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