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Title: Multifunctional Reconfigurable Filter Using Transversal Signal-Interaction Concepts
Authors: Wenjie Feng;Yuxia Shang;Wenquan Che;Roberto G&x00F3;mez-Garc&x00ED;a;Quan Xue
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A novel multifunctional reconfigurable filter with three different transmission modes using transversal signal-interaction principles is proposed. These three operational modes allow to reconfigure the engineered filtering device as ultra-wideband bandpass filter, narrow-band bandpass filter (NB BPF), and ultra-wideband band-stop filter (UWB BSF). By turning on/off the RF switches, the transmission lines and stubs can be dynamically connected or disconnected so that the three transmission modes can be discretely selected. For the UWB-BPF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 95.7&x0025; (1.51&x2013;4.38 GHz) with minimum in-band insertion loss of 0.94 dB. For the NB-BPF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 25.3&x0025; (2.55&x2013;3.29 GHz), the minimum in-band insertion loss is 0.8 dB, and the stopband rejection is higher than 11.6 dB. For the UWB-BSF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 106&x0025; (1.41&x2013;4.59 GHz) with in-band insertion loss above 10 dB.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216104
volume: 27
issue: 11
More Information: 980,
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Title: Multifunctional Reconfigurable Filter Using Transversal Signal-Interaction Concepts
Authors: Wenjie Feng;Yuxia Shang;Wenquan Che;Roberto G&x00F3;mez-Garc&x00ED;a;Quan Xue
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A novel multifunctional reconfigurable filter with three different transmission modes using transversal signal-interaction principles is proposed. These three operational modes allow to reconfigure the engineered filtering device as ultra-wideband bandpass filter, narrow-band bandpass filter (NB BPF), and ultra-wideband band-stop filter (UWB BSF). By turning on/off the RF switches, the transmission lines and stubs can be dynamically connected or disconnected so that the three transmission modes can be discretely selected. For the UWB-BPF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 95.7&x0025; (1.51&x2013;4.38 GHz) with minimum in-band insertion loss of 0.94 dB. For the NB-BPF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 25.3&x0025; (2.55&x2013;3.29 GHz), the minimum in-band insertion loss is 0.8 dB, and the stopband rejection is higher than 11.6 dB. For the UWB-BSF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 106&x0025; (1.41&x2013;4.59 GHz) with in-band insertion loss above 10 dB.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216104
volume: 27
issue: 11
More Information: 980,
982
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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8047941.pdf1.33 MBAdobe PDF
Title: Multifunctional Reconfigurable Filter Using Transversal Signal-Interaction Concepts
Authors: Wenjie Feng;Yuxia Shang;Wenquan Che;Roberto G&x00F3;mez-Garc&x00ED;a;Quan Xue
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A novel multifunctional reconfigurable filter with three different transmission modes using transversal signal-interaction principles is proposed. These three operational modes allow to reconfigure the engineered filtering device as ultra-wideband bandpass filter, narrow-band bandpass filter (NB BPF), and ultra-wideband band-stop filter (UWB BSF). By turning on/off the RF switches, the transmission lines and stubs can be dynamically connected or disconnected so that the three transmission modes can be discretely selected. For the UWB-BPF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 95.7&x0025; (1.51&x2013;4.38 GHz) with minimum in-band insertion loss of 0.94 dB. For the NB-BPF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 25.3&x0025; (2.55&x2013;3.29 GHz), the minimum in-band insertion loss is 0.8 dB, and the stopband rejection is higher than 11.6 dB. For the UWB-BSF mode, the 3-dB bandwidth is 106&x0025; (1.41&x2013;4.59 GHz) with in-band insertion loss above 10 dB.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/216104
volume: 27
issue: 11
More Information: 980,
982
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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8047941.pdf1.33 MBAdobe PDF