Synthesis microwave loop filters of low frequencies on function of the filtration.

L. M. Karpukov, R. Y. Korolkov


The technique of synthesis by filtration function for low frequency filters of symmetric structure composed of quarter-wave sections of lines and open stubs has been developed. The method of filtration function equal-wave approximation is proposed and the way of filter sections wave resistance calculation by this function. The example of filter synthesis by the developed technique is described.


impendance; opened loop; pass-band filter; symmetric structure; filter-prototype; quarterwave segment of line


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