A filter design program adds power, speed, and accuracy through its addition of co-simulation capabilities, thanks to some well-known electromagnetic simulation software tools.
Finite-element analysis helps in the design of an X-band rectangular waveguide to overmoded circular waveguide mode converter in a compact structure capable of handling high power levels.
By constructing a circuit with modified stub-loaded resonators, a dual-band bandpass filter was designed and fabricated for WLAN applications at 2.45 and 5.80 GHz with out-of-band rejection through 14 GHz.
This low-profile planar filter is fabricated on standard dielectric material using a novel substrate-integrated-waveguide (SIW) architecture to achieve dual degenerate modes.
This four-substrate, four-way broadband power divider covers 3.6 to 8.4 GHz with low insertion loss and high isolation in a circuit measuring just 14 x 16 mm.
This review of two different measurement approaches to spectral emissions shows how an understanding of the test instrument and the signal to be measured can impact measurement speed and accuracy.
Using a composite resonator and several semicircular defected ground structures (DGSs), multiple notches are precisely positioned within this filters bandwidth.