normalized susceptance

normalized susceptance

[′nȯr·mə‚līzd sə′sep·təns]
(electromagnetism)
The susceptance of an element of a waveguide or transmission line divided by the characteristic admittance.
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Step 1: Determine the required normalized susceptance slope
1-3dBi] are the normalized susceptance slope parameters and 3-dB bandwidths of each T-shaped DMS correspondingly, [X.
The desired normalized susceptance slope parameters are then obtained as:
s] -- specify the susceptance zero and pole for all the resonators If a suit able frequency transformation is found the normalized susceptance [b'.
Hence, the above discussed design methodology can be also applied to implement another stopband design using the MS-DMSs if we can obtain proper dimensions of each MS-DMS unit cell to satisfy the required normalized susceptance slop parameter of each resonator.
Figure 5 shows the calculated values of the normalized susceptances anti Figure 6 shows the transmission phases.

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