Design and Realizations of Miniaturized Fractal Microwave and RF Filters
An in-depth survey of the design and REALIZATIONS of miniaturized fractal microwave and RF filters
Engineers are continually searching for design methods that can satisfy the ever-increasing demand for miniaturization, accuracy, reliability, and fast development time. Design and Realizations of Miniaturized Fractal RF and Microwave Filters provides RF and microwave engineers and researchers, advanced graduate students, and wireless and telecommunication engineers with the knowledge and skills to design and realize miniaturized fractal microwave and RF filters. This book is an essential resource for the realization of portable and cellular phones, WiFi, 3G and 4G, and satellite networks.
The text focuses on the synthesis and fabrication of miniaturized fractal filters with symmetrical and asymmetrical frequency characteristics in the C, X and Ku bands, though applications to other frequency bands are considered. Readers will find helpful guidance on:
Including studies of the real-world performance of fractal resonators and sensitivity analyses of suspended substrate realizations, this is a definitive resource for both practicing engineers and students who need timely insight on fractal resonators for compact and low-power microwave and RF applications.
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MICROWAVE FILTER STRUCTURES
INLINE SYNTHESIS OF PSEUDOELLIPTIC FILTERS
SUSPENDED SUBSTRATE STRUCTURE
MINIATURIZATION OF PLANAR RESONATORS USING
DESIGN AND REALIZATIONS OF MEANDERED LINE
DESIGN AND REALIZATION OF DUALMODE MINKOWSKI
Extraction of the Unloaded Quality Factor