band-stop filter

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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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Hall, "Reconfigurable bandstop filter with wide tuning range", Electronic Letters, vol.
Control of bandstop response of Hi-Lo microstrip low-pass filter using slot in ground plane.
In particular, microwave bandstop filters are used quite often in cellular base stations, navigation systems and alike.
This paper proposes a simple and efficient technique in discrete-time domain which does the lowpass highpass bandpass and bandstop filtering of the input auto and cross correlation sequences of discrete-time real wide sense stationary (WSS) process through exponential rectangular triangular and trapezoidal shaped windows in linear time.
At the resonant frequency the structure acts as a bandstop filter, attenuating most of the transmitted power.
Coupled-line is an usual and classical structure to exploit lowpass filter [1], bandstop filter [2-4], bandpass filter (BPF) [5-12], reconfigurable BPF [13] and dual-band BPF [14-17].
Chen, "A microstrip ultra-wideband bandpass filter with cascaded broadband bandpass and bandstop filters," IEEE Trans.
With the rapid development in wireless technology and modern communication systems, bandstop filters are widely used to attenuate the interfering signal in the systems.
Parallel Coupled Bandstop Filter Using Double Negative Coupled Transmission Line, IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters 17(4): 283-285.
A sharp-edged transmission bandstop is in demand where excellent out of band transmission is desired.
The fifty-one papers are organized into sections covering direct-coupled cavity filters; transformed-variable synthesis, combline, and interdigital filters; cross-coupled and pseudo-elliptic filters; parallel-coupled line, hairpin-line, and microstrip-bandpass filters; dielectric-resonator filters; bandstop filters; lowpass filters; suspended substrate stripline filters; lumped element filters; and power-handling, insertion loss, group delay, and tuning.