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A VARACTOR-TUNED BANDPASS FILTER USING OPEN SPLIT-RING RESONATORS

By C. Liu, X. H. Wang, Y. Xu, and X.-W. Shi

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Abstract:
This paper presents a compact tunable bandpass filter that is based on open split ring resonator to achieve high out-of-band rejection. Exact equations and design procedures are given based on strict theoretical analysis. By loading the varactor diodes, the center frequency and bandwidth of the bandpass filter could realize reconfigurable. Then defected ground structure was adopted in the input and output ports for the sake of high out-of-band rejection. In order to verify the result of theoretical analysis, a compact tunable bandpass filter with defected ground structure, whose range of frequency was 1.61 GHz~1.82 GHz and range of relative bandwidth was 8.3%~24.8%, had been simulated and fabricated. Good agreement between the measured data and the anticipated results is achieved.

Citation:
C. Liu, X. H. Wang, Y. Xu, and X.-W. Shi, "A Varactor-Tuned Bandpass Filter Using Open Split-Ring Resonators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 49, 99-104, 2014.
doi:10.2528/PIERL14062707

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