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QUASI-ELLIPTIC MICROSTRIP BANDSTOP FILTER USING TAP COUPLED OPEN-LOOP RESONATORS

By K. S. K. Yeo and P. Vijaykumar

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Abstract:
In this paper, we will present a quasi-elliptic bandstop filter using asynchronously tuned resonators. To demonstrate this technique, a novel broadband microstrip bandstop filter is also proposed using distributed resonators. To achieve wide bandwidth using distributed resonators, strong couplings are required. This is achieved using tap coupled to avoid very narrow gaps which are costly to manufacture. The filter exhibits a factional bandwidth of approximately 35%. A simple practical transformation technique for transforming Chebyshev bandstop filter to asynchronously tuned quasi-elliptic bandstop filter will be presented.

Citation:
K. S. K. Yeo and P. Vijaykumar, "Quasi-elliptic microstrip bandstop filter using tap coupled open-loop resonators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 35, 1-11, 2013.
doi:10.2528/PIERC12101912

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