DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272712050032
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Strip resonator with a heterogeneity

Analysis of coupled slot resonators of complex shape in metalization plane of a micro-strip transmission line using the transversal resonance techniques

Yu. V. Rassokhina, Vladimir G. Krizhanovski

Abstract


The transverse resonance techniques is developed for analyzing three-layer planar structures based on micro-strip transmission line with slot resonators of complex shape in the grounding plane. Development of the techniques consists in considering higher space harmonics of current density in the strip line and mutual coupling between the slots in the grounding plane when numerically solving the boundary problem. In order to verify the techniques we conduct analysis of structures that consist of two coupled U- and symmetrical H-shaped slot resonators in the grounding plane of the micro-strip transmission line.


Keywords


planar structure; micro-strip line; slot resonator; transverse resonance technique; eigen frequency; scattering matrix

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