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Dividers: Design Method of an N-way Power Divider with Dual-frequency

A novel planar N-way dual-frequency power divider is presented. The topology of the circuit consists of two sections of N transmission lines and 2N-2 planar isolation resistors, which provides enough isolation at two arbitrary frequencies. The structur...

November 1, 2009
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A power divider is one of the most important passive circuits used in microwave and millimeter-wave applications. In 1960, Wilkinson proposed an N-way in-phase power divider. 1 He described a circularly symmetric power divider, which split a signal into N-equiphase and equiamplitude signals with an even or odd number...
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