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A Proposal of a New Dielectric Resonator Construction for MIC's

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A compact and high-temperature-stable dielectric resonator having no shielding metal walls nor a conventional frequency tuning screw is described. This resonator consists of a high epsilon r dielectric resonator element mounted on a low-loss dielectric mount, a dielectric disk with thin metal film fixed on the resonator element, and a microstrip line substrate on which to mount the constituents. The resonant frequency tuning is made by trimming the metal film on the disk. The TE 01delta -mode resonant frequencies are analyzed through dielectric waveguide model application. Less than 1-percent analytical error is presented in comparison with the experimental data for a practical resonator. The frequency tuning limit by metal film trimming is about 7 percent. The unfoaded Q value of 2700 at 8.8 GHz and a 4.4-ppm/deg frequency temperature coefficient are obtained.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 7 )