alexa Abstract | Design of a Selective Filter-Antenna with Low Insertion Loss and High Suppression Stopband for WiMAX Applications
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International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications
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This paper presents a selective quasi–elliptic bandpass filter-antenna. The presented filter-antenna has a low insertion loss in the passband and relatively high stopband rejection. This structure consists of a quasi–elliptic bandpass filter direct coupled with patch antenna. The bandpass filter consists of four (λ/4) spiral square resonators. It has operates between (3.25–3.6) GHz so it is suitable for WiMAX applications. A CST Microwave Studio Suite software has used to simulate the filter-antenna circuit. The simulated results of the patch antenna and the results of the filter-antenna appears a good matching between the two circuits.

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Author(s): Alkhafaji MK, Sahbudin RKZ, Ismail AB and Hashim SJ


Quasi&ndash,elliptic, Bandpass filter, Filter-antenna, Insertion loss, Spiral square resonators, CST Microwave studio suite, Patch antenna, Data Mining and Analysis

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