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The variable power divider circuit to use the ring-hybrid coupler
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 Title & Authors
The variable power divider circuit to use the ring-hybrid coupler
Park, Ung-hee;
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 Abstract
This paper introduces a new variable power divider circuit with an arbitrary power division ratio ranging from to . The proposed power divider circuit consists of one branch-line coupler to be a good input matching characteristic, two variable phase shifters with 90-degree phase variation to be connected two output paths of the branch-line coupler, and one ring-hybrid coupler to combine output signals of two variable phase shifter. The power division ratio between the two output ports of the proposed power divider can be easily controlled by the phase variation of the two phase shifter. The proposed power divider circuit fabricates on laminated RF-35 (h = 20 mil, er=3.5; Taconic) with a center frequency of 2 GHz. The power division ratio of the fabricated prototype varies from about 1:1000 to 5000000:1, with an input reflection characteristic(S11) of below -20 dB, an insertion loss of about -1.0 dB, and an isolation characteristic of below -17 dB between two output ports in the range 1.9-2.1 GHz.
 Keywords
Power divider;Variable power divider;Unequal power divider;Ring-hybrid coupler;
 Language
Korean
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