Compact Multi-Way Power Dividers Similar to the Bagley Polygon

@article{Sakagami2007CompactMP,
  title={Compact Multi-Way Power Dividers Similar to the Bagley Polygon},
  author={Iwata Sakagami and Tuya Wuren and Masafumi Fujii and Minoru Tahara},
  journal={2007 IEEE/MTT-S International Microwave Symposium},
  year={2007},
  pages={419-422}
}
Planar multi-way power dividers derived from the design of the Bagley polygon are discussed theoretically and experimentally. The design theory is explained using an equivalent circuit model seen from an input port. Compared with the Bagley polygon, less area is needed on a printed circuit board because the transmission line length between output ports can be chosen arbitrarily and the frequency characteristics can be modified using proposed dividers. The experimental results showed good… CONTINUE READING

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