Rigorous Computation of the Frequency Dependant Properties of Filters and Coupled Resonators Composed from Transverse Microstrip Discontinuities

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Publication Details

Author(s): Schmidt LP
Publisher: IEEE
Publication year: 1980
Language: English


Abstract

A numerically efficient method is presented, which yields the
propagation constants and the field distributions of basic and higher
order modes of shielded microstrip lines. Upon this basic a mode
matching technique is applied in order to calculate the frequency
dependant generalized scattering matrices of transverse microstrip
discontinuities like impedance steps and open ends. From these
discontinuities several microstrip components like filters, transverse
gaps, and coupled resonators can be composed. Important effects like
convergence behaviour, numerical stability, and the influence of higher
order propagating and not propagating modes have been studied, and some
interesting numerical and experimental results are presented.


FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Schmidt, Lorenz-Peter Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Lehrstuhl für Hochfrequenztechnik


How to cite

APA:
Schmidt, L.-P. (1980). Rigorous Computation of the Frequency Dependant Properties of Filters and Coupled Resonators Composed from Transverse Microstrip Discontinuities. In Proceedings of the European Microwave Conference. Warschau, PL: IEEE.

MLA:
Schmidt, Lorenz-Peter. "Rigorous Computation of the Frequency Dependant Properties of Filters and Coupled Resonators Composed from Transverse Microstrip Discontinuities." Proceedings of the European Microwave Conference, Warschau IEEE, 1980.

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