A Pseudo-Elliptical Response Filter at W-Band Fabricated With Thick SU-8 Photo-Resist Technology
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Colleges, School and Institutes
The design and experimental validation of a pseudo-elliptical response filter at W-Band is presented. A micromachining technique based on the thick SU-8 photo-resist is used to construct the filter. The optimized structure is specially well-suited for the implementation of filters with transmission zeros by means of micromachining techniques, since the extracted poles are implemented by simple stubs without irises. Furthermore, a novel topology based on the use of only three SU-8 layers is presented. This new topology, which includes a novel optimized input/output routing, can be potentially used for the design of high-performance devices with a fast and low-cost production. A fourth-order filter with two transmission zeros has been fabricated (bandwidth 5%), presenting 1.2 dB of insertion loss. This level of loss is equivalent to the actual state-of-art for micromachined filters at W-band, in spite of the reduced height and the split block in the H-plane used in the presented design.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2012|
- micromachining, SU-8, Extracted pole, W-band, filter