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Possibilities of Extending the Stop and Pass Bandwidths of the Microwave Antenna-Filters by Means of a Dielectric Resonant Scatterer

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1 Author(s)
Ukrainets, N.I. ; Kharkiv Nat. Univ. of Radio Electron.

The electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of the microwave electronic systems (ES) are highly actual and very important. Usually the noise delay is realized via various stop-band filters on the basis of arrays, volume metal resonators, etc. But those possess some drawbacks such as a big mass and relatively considerable dimensions and volume. Effective suppression of the undesirable signals may be achieved using a sole dielectric resonant scatterers (DRS) combined with a rectangular waveguide radiators. Sometimes it is necessary to extend the stop and pass bandwidths of such antenna-filters

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Ultrawideband and Ultrashort Impulse Signals, The Third International Conference

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Sept. 2006

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