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Modified Wilkinson Power Divider for Multiple Harmonics Suppression
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Modified Wilkinson Power Divider for Multiple Harmonics Suppression
Kang In-Ho; Xu Hai-Yan;
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A new structure of the Wilkinson power divider that can suppress multiple harmonics output is presented The power divider consists of T-type or -type capacitive loads and shunt resistors. Experimental results show that this power divider suppresses the second and the third harmonic components to less than -38dB, while maintaining the characteristics of a conventional Wilkinson power divider, featuring an equal power split, a simultaneous impedance matching at all ports and a good isolation between output ports.
Power divider;Wilkinson power divider;Harmonic suppression;
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