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A uniplanar filter based on two coplanar-waveguide odd-mode resonators is presented. The resonator feeding point is easily reconfigured using PIN diodes. As a result, the filter features reconfigurable bandwidth. A multimodal circuit model which takes into account the interaction between the two coplanar waveguide fundamental modes (even and odd) is derived and used to design a 2-GHz prototype. The experimental results show two relative-bandwidth states (14% and 21%) and low loss (1.1 dB), thus validating the filter concept and multimodal analysis.
CitationContreras, A.; Ribó, M.; Pradell, L. Filtro uniplanar multimodal reconfigurable. A: Simposium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio. "XXVI Simposium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio". Leganés: 2011.
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