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Comb Line Notch Filter Design on Silicon Coplanar Transmission Line
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Author(s)
Buddhadev Pradhan, Bhaskar Gupta 
KEYWORDS
Comb line, notch filter, coplanar technology, CMOS technology, RF characterization.
ABSTRACT
A comb line notch filter is presented, in which two quarter wave length resonators are placed face to face on the signal line of a CPW. The CPW is designed on silicon substrate enabling compatibility with planar IC technology. The comb line notch filter rejection frequency is 12.75GHz, where the return loss -1.7dB and insertion loss is -3.8dB.This proposed structure is simulated using ANSOFT HFSS v13.
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