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A Miniaturized GaAs MMIC Bandpass Filter for the 5 GHz Band

A novel, miniaturized, GaAs-based bandpass filter for the 5 GHz WLAN band, using coupled lines end-shorted at their opposite sides and lumped capacitors, is proposed. The new filter has a compact size, as small as a few electrical degrees, and shows a ...

November 5, 2007
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In modern wireless communication systems, miniaturized MMIC microwave bandpass filters are required to reduce the cost and decrease the RF system design time, especially for a single RF transceiver chip. Therefore, many studies on reducing the large size of conventional bandpass filters have been made. The lumped element approach,...
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