Close coupled resonant aperture inserts for waveguide filtering applications
journal contributionposted on 2012-03-06, 14:34 authored by Rob Seager, J. C. Vardaxoglou, David S. Lockyer
A two-layer frequency selective surface (FSS) is used as a very compact and lightweight transverse waveguide filter element. A narrow-band transmission response is produced from two layers, which, otherwise, in isolation would exhibit a broadband response. Measured results are compared with theoretical data obtained from a Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) based modeling method. Reduction in the passband bandwidth of a factor of four has been achieved using the proposed structure.
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CitationSEAGER, R.D., VARDAXOGLOU, J.C. and LOCKYER, D.S., 2001. Close coupled resonant aperture inserts for waveguide filtering applications. IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, 11 (3), pp. 112 - 114
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