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Wideband Microstrip Bandpass Filter Based on Quadruple Mode Ring Resonator

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4 Author(s)
Jin Fan ; Department of FAST, National Astronomy Observatory of China, Beijing, China ; Dezhi Zhan ; Chengjin Jin ; Jirun Luo

A novel wideband microstrip band-pass filter is presented in this letter based on a quadruple-mode ring resonator, which is developed by introducing a stepped-impedance one-wavelength ring resonator (SORR) into a stepped-impedance half-wavelength resonator (SHR). In order to suppress the harmonic responses of the filter for a wide stop-band, two band-stop sections with asymmetrical -type structure are introduced. A prototype filter having 49.3% of 1 dB and 57.9% of 3 dB fractional bandwidth is fabricated with advantages of high selectivity and high out-of-band rejection. In the pass-band, the return loss is larger than 18.8 dB and at the centre frequency insertion loss is 0.6 dB. The experiments are in good agreement with the simulations.

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IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 7 )