An on-chip implementation of a W-band filter with dual notches at 82
GHz and 95 GHz is presented. Reflection mode filtering methods are
implemented with dual hairpin resonator networks, using the inherent
parasitic losses in the resonators to create matched loads at the stopband
frequencies of interest while reflecting passband power. Notches of
6 dB and 10.6 dB stopband insertion loss, and 3.7% and 5.6%
relative bandwidths respectively, were achieved. This represents the first
implementation of reflection mode filtering in the W-band on-chip.
Morudu, Letennwe Josephine(University of Pretoria, 2011-06-23)
A lack of information is identified on the ability of professional nurses working in a neonatal intensive care unit to make competent clinical decisions pertaining to the employment of bedside blood product filters during ...
Alatise, Mary B.; Hancke, Gerhard P.(MDPI Publishing, 2017-09-21)
Using a single sensor to determine the pose estimation of a device cannot give accurate
results. This paper presents a fusion of an inertial sensor of six degrees of freedom (6-DoF) which
comprises the 3-axis of an ...
Malherbe, J.A.G., 1940-(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018-06)
The realization of planar wideband bandpass filters with an extremely wide upper stopband is described. The filter design differs from conventional approaches in which it is based on the choice of a wideband bandstop (BS) ...