A Practical Design of Lumped, Semi-lumped & Microwave Cavity Filters

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Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 13, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 148 pages
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This book presents the application of microwave literature for designing lumped/semi-lumped filters and combline/iris-coupled microwave cavity filters. It provides the physical understanding of the terms and characteristics of radio frequency (RF) filters. The book complements engineering text books on RF components and provides support for the project assignments of students. In addition to the functional design of RF filters, the integrated design approach for produceability and reliability is explained.

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1 Introduction to RF Filters
2 RF Filter Terms
3 Requirements of RF Filter
4 RF Filter Design Technologies
5 Planning the Design of RF Filters
6 Design of Lumped and SemiLumped RF Filters
7 Design of Microwave Cavity Filters
8 Practical Expertise for Filter Design
Appendix AModes of Propagation

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Dhanasekharan Natarajan, Electronics Engineer from College of Engineering, Guindy, Chennai in 1970, obtained his post-graduate in Engineering Production from the University of Birmingham, UK in 1984. He retired as Asst. Professor in RV College of Engineering, Bangalore. His earlier professional achievements at Bharat Electronics and Radiall Protectron include Application of modern Q&R techniques for defence equipments, Designing and implementing computerized Quality Management System, Designing software for Optical interferometer and Design/manufacturing of lumped, semi-lumped and microwave cavity filters using self-developed software.

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