cavity filter

cavity filter

[′kav·əd·ē ‚fil·tər]
(electromagnetism)
A microwave filter that uses quarter-wavelength-coupled cavities inserted in waveguides or coaxial lines to provide band-pass or other response characteristics at frequencies in the gigahertz range.
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Among the topics: artificial neural network in microwave cavity filter tuning, a pragmatic approach to cooperative positioning in wireless sensor networks, short-range tracking of moving targets by a handheld UWB, active wearable antenna modules, and wideband antennas for wireless technologies.
Xu, "FSIW cavity filter and derivative FSIW cavity and its filters with LTCC technology," Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference, 1360-1363, 2009.
Designed for WiMAX applications and other wireless metro area network systems, the WiMAX cavity filter series from MtronPTI covers the 2.
The tracking generator aids cavity filter tuning, repeater gain adjustment, and antenna alignment.
Li, "A novel multilayered cross-coupled substrate-integrated waveguide (SIW) circular cavity filter in LTCC," Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol.
According to its electric field distribution, most of the energy is restrained in the DGS slots, so that most of the transmission can be carried out around the slots, which can reduce the transmission loss resulted from the coupling aperture in conventional cavity filter.
The filter used in the tuning experiment is an 850 MHz cavity filter of the 7th order, with three tunable cross-couplings.
Channels 1 through 6 are miniature lumped element bandpass filters, while Channel 7 is an interdigital cavity filter.