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Filtro en banda W con alto rechazo en banda imagen

@inproceedings{Collantes2015FiltroEB,
  title={Filtro en banda W con alto rechazo en banda imagen},
  author={Jos{\'e} Vicente Ter{\'a}n Collantes and David Vegas Bayer and Eduardo Artal Latorre},
  year={2015}
}
This paper describes the design and implementation of a filter in the 81-99 GHz frequency band, aimed for the frontend module in a radio astronomy receiver where the image band rejection is very important. Classic formulation is used to design the filter. The fine adjustment process of the filter is based on manufacture considerations through Scattering parameters simulation. Design is based on waveguide resonant cavities topology. Therefore, image band rejection and in band losses are improved… 
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