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susceptance slope of an Stepped Impedance Resonator

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susceptance slope

Hi, anyone knows how to calulate the susceptance slope of an SIR? I know the normal formular for susceptence slope is dB/dΘ. However, for SIR, there are Z1 and Z2, thus we have Θ1 and Θ2, and the resonence condition is tanΘ1*tanΘ2=Z1/Z2. How could we calulate the susceptence slope for this case? Thanx
 

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