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Effects associated with radiation in coupled halfwave open-circuit microstrip resonators

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2 Author(s)
Easter, B. ; University College of North Wales, School of Electronic Engineering Science, Bangor, UK ; Richings, J.G.

Measurements, supported by an approximate theoretical prediction, show that the radiation loss in a coupled micro-strip-resonator system can vary greatly between the different modes of resonance. The implications for the realisation of filter networks are indicated; in particular, the effects of radiation loss cannot be represented by a simple reduction of the unloaded Q factor of the individual resonators.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 12 )