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NETWORK SYNTHESIS WITH TRANSMISSION LINE ELEMENTS,
POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN N Y MICROWAVE RESEARCH INST
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The work consists of two parts. In part I a technique for the realization of cascaded commensurate transmission line networks of uniform propagation constant, is presented directly in terms of the scattering formalism without recourse to impedance representations by applying Richards transformation. Necessary and sufficient conditions for realizability are presented and applications to transformers, linear phase systems, and low-pass filters are given. In part II realizable band-pass zero of transmission, i.e., infinite loss, at d.c. equiripple gain functions are constructed which permit physical realization of systems consisting of cascaded lines and stubs. The method is illustrated by designs of filters, as well as a new form of broad band transformer in which the low frequency response is suppressed by a shunt stub. Author
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