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band-stop filter

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band-stop filter

[′band ‚stäp‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter which transmits more or less uniformly at all frequencies of interest except for a band within which frequency components are largely attenuated. Also known as band-elimination filter; band-rejection filter.
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Band-stop filters (BSFs) with wide stopbands and compact structures are desirable in wireless communications because of their ability to suppress unwanted wideband noise and spurious signals [1].
Moreover double-layer should provide a narrower band-stop filter.
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The shunt-connected [[lambda].sub.g]/4 open-circuited stubs can be modeled as shunt-connected series LC resonance circuits, and the antenna resistance is [R.sub.a], so that the antenna has band-stop filter characteristics.
When compared to band pass filters, the band-stop filters exhibit lower pass band insertion losses, which minimizes the degradation of the receiver's noise figure, while providing a high rejection level in removing spurious signals.
2.2 The transformation from simulative low pass to simulative band-stop
3 deals with the transmission of EM waves through a band-stop filter around the DGS-resonance; but in Fig.
To suppress these unwanted potential interferences, the traditional method is to add narrow-band band-stop filters at the end of the antenna or in the devices, which increases the complexity and cost of the devices [5, 6].