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Modified suspended striplines for microwave integrated circuits

Modified suspended striplines for microwave integrated circuits

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Suspended coupled striplines have very different even- and odd-mode phase velocities. A structure modified by the presence of a slot is proposed to obtain equalisation, a condition necessary to build broadband couplers. This modification has the advantage of preserving the suspended configuration.

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