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Design of a Resonator Using Auxiliary Source by an Iterative Method WCIP

Latifa Mouldi(1*), Mohamed Karim Azizi(2), Lassaad Latrach(3), Ali Gharsallah(4), Henri Baudrand(5)

(1) Unit of research High Frequency Circuits and Electronics Systems, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Université El Manar, Tunisia
(2) Unit of research High Frequency Circuits and Electronics Systems, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Université El Manar, Tunisia
(3) Unit of research High Frequency Circuits and Electronics Systems, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Université El Manar, Tunisia
(4) Unit of research High Frequency Circuits and Electronics Systems, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, Université El Manar, Tunisia
(5) Laplace Lab, Department of Electronics, Faculty ENSEEIHT, University of Toulouse, France
(*) Corresponding author



A new purpose of half wavelength resonator based on two-dimensional lumped elements transmission line model using auxiliary sources. A new approach of the WCIP (Wave Concept Iterative Process) method for the rigorous simulation of the behaviour of the resonator in two domains spatial and frequency is developed. Simulation results are agreed with the based theory of the resonator design.
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Auxiliary Sources; Half Wavelength Resonator; L-C Transmission Line Model; Periodic Structure; WCIP

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