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Bandstop Structures

Bandstop Structures

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When the rejection of a signal is required, it is natural to think in terms of a notch. Just as a true bandpass filter offers improved selectivity over a single resonator, the bandstop filter offers improved rejection over a simple notch or even a cascade of notches. However, the general realization difficulties of distributed structures are worsened by particular difficulties associated with the bandstop structure.

Chapter Contents:

  • 10.1 Overview
  • 10.2 Stub Bandstop
  • 10.3 Edge-Coupled Bandstop
  • 10.4 References

Inspec keywords: notch filters; cascade networks

Other keywords: signal rejection; bandstop structures; distributed structures; cascaded notches; bandstop filter

Subjects: Filters and other networks

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