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Compact fixed and tune-all bandpass filters based on coupled slow-wave resonators

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6 Author(s)
Pistono, E. ; Lab. d''Hyperfrequences et de Caracterisation, Univ. de Savoie, Le Bourget-Du-Lac ; Robert, M. ; Duvillaret, L. ; Duchamp, J.
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A compact topology for bandpass filters based on coupled slow-wave resonators is demonstrated. A study of fixed bandpass filters leads to design rules and equations. Measurements on a 0.7-GHz fixed bandpass filter, consisting of three coupled slow-wave resonators, demonstrate the validity of the proposed topology and validate the theory, since the agreement between simulations and measurements is very good. Designed for a Q-factor of 5, this filter shows a Q of approximately 5.2. At the center frequency, insertion loss is 0.6 dB and return loss is greater than 20 dB. A 0.7-GHz tune-all bandpass filter is also designed and tested. The performance of this electronically tuned filter, which incorporates semiconductor varactors, is promising in terms of wide continuous center-frequency and bandwidth tunings. For a center-frequency tuning of plusmn18% around 0.7 GHz, the -3-dB bandwidth can be simultaneously tuned between ~50 and ~78 MHz, with an insertion loss smaller than 5 dB and a return loss greater than 13 dB at the center frequency. The surface areas of the fixed and tunable 0.7-GHz filters are, respectively, ~16 and ~20 cm2

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:54 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

June 2006

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