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Design and Analysis of Microstrip Band Stop Filter Using Complementary Split Ring Resonator

  • S. Thomas NibaEmail author
  • A. Sahaya Anselin Nisha
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Abstract

A new technique for designing compact, notched filter is presented in this paper. The proposed approach is based on the design and optimization of micro strip patch band stop filter, which acts as the unit cell of a higher order filter. This unit cell is composed of half wavelength transmission line method. The proposed filter is designed for military band applications (4–8 GHz) by using low cost substrate material FR4. The proposed filter is designed and simulated through the HFSS software. The filter is fabricated and tested. Finally the measured result is compared with the simulation result.

Keywords

Compact FR4 HFSS Notched Optimization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sathyabama Institute of Science and TechnologyChennaiIndia

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