microstrip

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microstrip

[′mī·krə‚strip]
(electromagnetism)
A strip transmission line that consists basically of a thin-film strip in intimate contact with one side of a flat dielectric substrate, with a similar thin-film ground-plane conductor on the other side of the substrate.
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The microstrip line used in this study consisted of a 3-mm wide metallic trace about 1 mm above the ground plane.
Later on, such a wideband filter with the specified passband is constructed by directly cascading a single low pass filter with a single high pass filter on microstrip line and suspended strip line ,cascading microstrip-to-coplanar waveguide (CPW) broadside-coupling sections together and non-periodically interrupting several short-circuited stubs with a uniform microstrip line in (G.
Structure of multiconductor microstrip line (a) and microstrip meander delay line model based on multiconductor microstrip line (b): 1--line conductors; 2--dielectric substrate; 3--shield; 4--meander rod connections
FIGURE 1 shows the measured signals in and out of a microstrip line with the measured near and far-end noise.
The main of this choice is explained by the advantages offered by CPW [12] over conventional microstrip line are: First, it reduces radiation loss; second, it facilitates easy shunt as well as series surface mounting of active and passive devices; third, it eliminates the need for wraparound and via holes, and fourth, it simplifies fabrication.
The second is a dual microstrip line feeding structure to create circularly polarized microstrip antenna.
A microstrip line has an inductance that is associated with the current flowing along the line and capacitance due to the line being separated from ground by the dielectric substrate.
This idea is being pursued in a class of novel high-temperature-superconducting tunable microwave devices such as microstrip line phase shifters, high-Q resonators and tunable filters.
Additional topics (power waves, transients, frequency dependent effects of microstrip line, and more) and more open-ended EOC problems have been added.
Effective dielectric constant (a) and characteristic impedance (b) dependencies on frequency and conductor widths of coupled microstrip line (CML) operating in even mode, when [W.
A 50 ohm coaxial probe feeds a microstrip line, etched on the left side of the radiating patched with dimension of Lf and Wf.
The parallel strips are connected to a microstrip line with a truncated ground plane, which acts as a reflector in the printed Yagi antenna.