stop band

stop band

[′stäp ‚band]
(electromagnetism)
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Damping can effectively inhibit the response amplitudes at the resonant frequencies of the compounded periodic strut and broaden the stop band range of the strut.
To avoid the interference of the wireless local area network (WLAN) at 5.25 and 5.775 GHz, two different quarter-wavelength lines are arranged on the ground of UWB BPF to generate dual narrow stop band [13].
Interference filters have high value characteristics, such as high band pass transmissions, low stop band transmissions, and sharp transitions, and are an excellent tool to limit the response to specific wavelength ranges.
The low frequency band, which is between the waveguide mode and the surface mode, is very obvious, and can be a band stop filter with good performance, and the parameters of the stop band can be adjusted by the structural parameters, such as changing the size of the two plate spacing can change the size of the stop band.
The reflectance wavelength of the acrylated PVL film could be controlled by shifting the stop band to a shorter wavelength, mainly by adjusting the strain level during stretching.
These had to be designed keeping in mind the different spectrum bands, including pass bands, stop band, rejection required, insertion loss etc," Shehatha explained to CommsMEA .
On the other hand, a good band-pass filter requires high transmission in the pass-band and high attenuation in the stop band. Multiple gratings can be placed in a cascade configuration to improve filter performance.
Design of antennas with the single stop band is therefore necessary.
where [[epsilon].sub.r], c and f are relative permittivity, velocity of EM wave in free space and centre frequency of desired stop band respectively.
For the dual-band DCCS-DGS (Table 3), the simulated stop band (-3 dB) is from 5.56 GHz to 6 GHz with bandwidth of 0.44 GHz and isolation of -18.17 dB.
By embedding a C-shaped slot in the C-shaped radiation patch, a stop band of 3.3-3.8 GHz is obtained.