UWB Power Divider using Tapered Transmission Line and Loaded Structure

 
 
 
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    An Ultra-wideband (UWB) power divider with tapered line and loaded structure is presented in this paper UWB applications. The power divider is designed and simulated with a loaded structure to enhance the bandwidth and for size miniaturization. From the simulation and measurement results, it shows that the power divider working frequency is from 2-14 GHz. The phase for port 2 and port 3 of the designed power divider is in phase can be useful to radiate the two port UWB devices.

     


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    Ultra-Wideband; Power Divider; Tapered Line; Loaded Structure.

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Article ID: 21075
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v8i3.21075




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