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Synthesis of Narrowband Reflection-Type Phasers With Arbitrary Prescribed Group Delay
By: Qingfeng Zhang; Caloz, C.; Gupta, S.;
2012 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Synthesis of Narrowband Reflection-Type Phasers With Arbitrary Prescribed Group Delay ' An exact closed-form synthesis method is proposed for the design of narrowband reflection-type (mono-port) phasers with arbitrary prescribed group-delay responses. The proposed synthesis technique consists in three steps. First, it transforms the phase problem from the bandpass domain to the low-pass domain using a one-port ladder network, where a mathematical synthesis is performed via a Hurwitz polynomial. Second, it transforms the synthesized low-pass network back to the bandpass domain for implementation in a specific technology. Third, it uses an iterative post-distortion correction technique to compensate for distributed effects over the broader bandwidth required. The proposed synthesis method is verified by both full-wave analysis and experiment where the synthesized bandpass network is realized in an iris-coupled waveguide configuration.
Narrowband Reflection-type Phaser Synthesis
Arbitrary Prescribed Group Delay
Closed-form Synthesis Method
One-port Ladder Network
Synthesized Low-pass Network
Iterative Post-distortion Correction Technique
Synthesized Bandpass Network
Iris-coupled Waveguide Configuration
Microwave Theory And Techniques
Power Transmission Lines
Analog Signal Processing
Dispersive Delay Structure (dds)
Fields, Waves And Electromagnetics