The Design of a Compact, Wide Bandwidth, Non-Foster-Based Substrate Integrated Waveguide Filter
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- Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE 7th Asia-Pacific Conference on Antennas and Propagation, APCAP 2018, 2018, pp. 54 - 56
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© 2018 IEEE. A compact, wideband, half-mode substrate integrated waveguide (HM-SIW) filter with internal non-Foster element is demonstrated. First, its passive version is simulated and measured. Next, by integrating an ideal tunable capacitor at the end of the central stub of the HM-SIW resonator, the frequency-agile characteristic of the tunable HM-SIW filter is investigated. Finally, a negative impedance converter (NIC) is developed to replace this tunable capacitor to design a new nonFoster filter. The non-Foster-based HM-SIW filter was realized. Its measured results indicate that it has an operational fractional bandwidth of 10.8% and an electrical size 0.118 × 0.292 λ g 2, which is a 3.93 times bandwidth increase and a 12% electrical size reduction compared to its passive, fixed capacitance version.
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