COMPACT LEFT-HANDED DUAL-BAND FILTERS BASED ON SHUNDTED STUB RESONATORS

Vasa Radonic, Vesna Crnojevic-Bengin

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.2298/FUEE1904571R
First page
571
Last page
579

Abstract


In this paper, super-compact microstrip dual-band resonator is presented, designed using the superposition of two simple left-handed (LH) resonators with single shunt stub. The proposed resonator exhibits spurious response in wide frequency range and therefore allows construction of dual-band filters using the superposition principle. The equivalent circuit model of the proposed resonator is crated and the influence of different geometrical parameters to the performances of the resonator are analyzed in details. As an examples, two dual-band filters that operate simultaneously at the WiMAX frequency bands are designed.


Keywords

left-handed, metamaterials, microstrip resonator, dual-band resonator, dual-band filter

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