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Reconfigurable phase inverter with switchable frequency

Reconfigurable phase inverter with switchable frequency

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A novel reconfigurable phase inverter architecture allowing frequency-switchable is proposed. Interdigital striplines, metallic via holes, and the defected ground structure are used to obtain 180° phase inverter. The switchable frequency is controlled by the length of the slot-line on the defected ground which can be changed by PIN-diodes and a single control voltage. For verification, the simulated and measured results of switchable frequency at 900 MHz and 1.6 GHz phase inverter implemented on microstrip are shown.

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      • 8. Kim, J.H., Woo, D.W., Jo, G.Y., Park, W.S.: ‘Microstrip phase inverter using slotted ground’. IEEE Antenna and Propagation Society Int. Symp. (APSURS), Toronto, ON, Canada, July 2010, pp. 14.
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