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Advances in Multi-Band Microstrip Filters (EuMA High Frequency Technologies Series)

Advances in Multi-Band Microstrip Filters (EuMA High Frequency Technologies Series)

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Cambridge University Press, 6/11/2015
EAN 9781107081970, ISBN10: 1107081971

Hardcover, 336 pages, 24.7 x 17.4 x 1.8 cm
Language: English

The first of its kind, this work offers a detailed insight into a range of design procedures for dual-band and tri-band microstrip filters, from theory to practical design. Originating from the FP7 MultiWaveS project, this comprehensive resource includes the most recent results from several well-established research groups, as well as detailed coverage of competing approaches, ranging from the conventional approach to advanced multilayer fabrication technologies, and the development and application of several novel geometries and concepts. In-depth coverage of basic theoretical foundations, detailed design procedures and rules, and comparisons of measured and simulated results enable you to select the optimal approach for your purposes and designs, making this an invaluable resource for both students and industry professionals in the field of microwave engineering.

1. Introduction Vesna Crnojević-Bengin
2. Design methods of multi-band filters Nikolina Jankovic, Vesna Crnojević-Bengin, Petrie Meyer and Jia-Sheng Hong
3. Techniques for the synthesis of multi-band transfer functions Gerdus Brandt, Riana Geschke and Petrie Meyer
4. Compact microwave multi-band bandpass filters based on quarter-wavelength resonators Nikolina Jankovic and Vesna Crnojević-Bengin
5. Dual-band filters based on grounded patch resonators Vasa Radonic, Riana Geschke and Vesna Crnojević-Bengin
6. Fractal-based multi-band microstrip filters Nikolina Jankovic, Kiril Zemlyakov, Riana Geschke, Irina Vendik and Vesna Crnojević-Bengin
7. Multi-band microstrip filters based on near-zero metamaterials Vesna Crnojević-Bengin, Norbert Cselyuszka, Nikolina Janković and Riana Geschke
8. Miniature microwave filters using multilayer technologies Irina Vendik, D. Kholodnyak, V. Turgaliev, A. Rusakov, Shilong Qian, Jia Ni and Jia-Sheng Hong.