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OPTIMUM DESIGN OF LUMPED FILTERS INCORPORATING IMPEDANCE MATCHING BY THE METHOD OF LEAST SQUARES

By H. Oraizi and M. S. Esfahlan

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Abstract:
The method of least squares (MLS) is used to develop an algorithm for the optimum design of any type of filter under any design specifications for the realization of lowpass, bandpass, highpass and bandstop characteristics. The proposed filter design method can be used for any general filter network topology, which provides high flexibility for the selection of circuit configurations suitable for any desired application. The MLS filter design procedure also incorporates source and load impedance matching, which eventually leads to the simplicity of circuits. The proposed method of filter design may be used for lowpass prototype filters or directly for bandpass, highpass or bandpass filters. Several examples of MLS filter designs are given, which compare very well with the classical methods and indicate the advantages of the proposed method of filter design. The MLS filter design may realize any frequency response characteristics, such as spurious response elimination, multiband filter realization and enhancement of some desired behaviors.

Citation:
H. Oraizi and M. S. Esfahlan, "Optimum design of lumped filters incorporating impedance matching by the method of least squares," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 100, 83-103, 2010.
doi:10.2528/PIER09111611
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=09111611

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