A dielectric resonator frequency selective network. A frequency selective network for microwave circuits is provided whereby a dielectric resonator is coupled to associated circuitry by input and output coupling loops formed in a single circuit board. The two loops are closely spaced, but partially overlapping at a position such that they are substantially decoupled from one another. A dielectric resonator is placed adjacent one of the loops so as to couple one loop to the other through the resonator and to cause the resonator to operate in its dominant mode. The circuit board is constructed by forming conductors separated by insulating material on a ceramic substrate.