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FILTER TUNING BASED ON LINEAR DECOMPOSITION OF SCATTERING CHARACTERISTICS

By T. Kacmajor and J. J. Michalski

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Abstract:
This paper proposes a microwave filter post-production tuning based on an optimization process which finds the vector of deviations of tuning elements that should be applied to tune the filter. To build the system, the coarse set of scattering parameters is collected in such a way that every tuning element is detuned while other elements remain in their proper positions. In the concept, it is assumed that the relation between the positions of tuning elements and filter scattering characteristics can be modelled by the sum of one argument polynomial functions. Each polynomial function depends on the value of only one tuning element. Therefore, the measured filter characteristics can be linearly decomposed to characteristics from the collected coarse set and corresponding tuning element deviations can be found. This is done by way of optimization process. The presented numerical and physical experiments on the 7th order cross-coupled, bandpass filter have verified our approach.

Citation:
T. Kacmajor and J. J. Michalski, "Filter Tuning Based on Linear Decomposition of Scattering Characteristics," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 135, 451-464, 2013.
doi:10.2528/PIER12112603
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=12112603

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