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Miniature dual-band bandpass filter using modified quarter-wavelength SIRs with controllable passbands

Miniature dual-band bandpass filter using modified quarter-wavelength SIRs with controllable passbands

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A modified quarter-wavelength (λ/4) stepped-impedance resonator (SIR) is proposed to design a miniature dual-band bandpass filter (BPF). The proposed λ/4 SIR has two individually controllable resonances for constructing dual passbands. Moreover, two independent geometrical parameters are adopted to realise individual adjustment of the coupling strengths between two adjacent λ/4 SIRs at the dual passbands. As a result, both the centre frequencies and bandwidths of the two passbands of the filter can be individually designed. Furthermore, multiple transmission zeros are created by the introduced source-load coupling, which improves highly the selectivity of both passbands. The dual-band BPF is designed at 2.35 and 5.8 GHz, and its simulated and measured responses are presented and show good agreement.

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