Yıl: 2017 Cilt: 25 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 1922 - 1931 Metin Dili: İngilizce İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique

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: In this paper, an algorithm based on the real frequency technique (RFT) is proposed to design high-pass and low-pass sections of a 0 ◦360 ◦ wide range lumped-element phase shifter. The switching process, however, is not considered in this work. In the algorithm, it is enough to define the section type (high-pass or low-pass) and the number of elements in the sections; there is no need to select the exact circuit topologies for the high-pass and low-pass sections. This is a natural consequence of the proposed approach. Unlike in the methods described in the literature, there is also no need to derive element value expressions. Two examples are given to illustrate the utilization of the proposed algorithm. The proposed algorithm and results are verified by simulation.
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Konular: Mühendislik, Elektrik ve Elektronik
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APA ŞENGÜL M (2017). High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. , 1922 - 1931.
Chicago ŞENGÜL Metin High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. (2017): 1922 - 1931.
MLA ŞENGÜL Metin High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. , 2017, ss.1922 - 1931.
AMA ŞENGÜL M High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. . 2017; 1922 - 1931.
Vancouver ŞENGÜL M High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. . 2017; 1922 - 1931.
IEEE ŞENGÜL M "High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique." , ss.1922 - 1931, 2017.
ISNAD ŞENGÜL, Metin. "High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique". (2017), 1922-1931.
APA ŞENGÜL M (2017). High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, 25(3), 1922 - 1931.
Chicago ŞENGÜL Metin High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences 25, no.3 (2017): 1922 - 1931.
MLA ŞENGÜL Metin High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, vol.25, no.3, 2017, ss.1922 - 1931.
AMA ŞENGÜL M High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. 2017; 25(3): 1922 - 1931.
Vancouver ŞENGÜL M High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique. Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. 2017; 25(3): 1922 - 1931.
IEEE ŞENGÜL M "High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique." Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, 25, ss.1922 - 1931, 2017.
ISNAD ŞENGÜL, Metin. "High-pass/low-pass section design for 0◦ 360◦ lumped-element phase shifters via the real frequency technique". Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences 25/3 (2017), 1922-1931.