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Microstrip band pass filter

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Hello,
I am looking for any ref. or design guides for bandpass or bandstop microstrip comb coupled filters, any Help.


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Search this book in Elektroda..

Jia-Sheng Hong , M.J.Lancester " Microstrip Filters for RF/Microwave Applications" John&Wiley 2001

It's uploaded in many times. It's somewhere..
 

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Hi
Here is bandpass and lowpass filter in "MS filter for RF/microwave application "
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Eagleware include a very good tool for the design of microstrip combline filters

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David Pozar, Microwave Engineering is an excellent reference. The book that was recommended earlier is on Microstrip filter design is also very good too.

One thing that these books and alot of literature is lacking is the fact that they never give a closed loop formulation on how the widths and spacings are related to the capacitance and the poles/zeros.
 
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