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Mark V Faulkner, Edward B Stoneham, Clifford A Mohwinkel, Mark J Vaughan: Coplanar microwave circuit having suppression of undesired modes. Endgate Corporation, George M Steres, Anderson & Adamson, February 8, 2000: US06023209 (77 worldwide citation)

Two or three conductor coplanar transmission lines and lossy coplanar resistive films are formed on a surface of a substrate. The resistive film dimensions and resistivity are selected to suppress various spurious electromagnetic modes within and around the substrate. The resistive films may be posi ...


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Faulkner Mark V, Stoneham Edward B, Mohwinkel Clifford A, Vaughan Mark J: Coplanar microwave circuit having suppression of undesired modes. Endgate Technology, January 31, 2001: EP1072063-A1

Lossy resistive films (220, 220') and longitudinally extending coplanar conductors (206, 210) of a radio frequency transmission line are defined on the planar surface (204) of an insulating substrate (202). The resistive films (220, 220') may be positioned away from or in the space between parallel ...


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Faulkner Mark V, Stoneham Edward B, Mohwinkel Clifford A, Vaughan Mark J: Coplanar microwave circuit having suppression of undesired modes. Endwave Corporation, ANDERSON Edward B, November 4, 1999: WO/1999/056338

Lossy resistive films (220, 220') and longitudinally extending coplanar conductors (206, 210) of a radio frequency transmission line are defined on the planar surface (204) of an insulating substrate (202). The resistive films (220, 220') may be positioned away from or in the space between parallel ...


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Faulkner Mark V, Stoneham Edward B, Mohwinkel Clifford A, Vaugham Mark J: Coplanar microwave circuit having suppression of undesired modes. Endgate Corporation, June 11, 2000: TW393801

Lossy resistive films (220, 220^) and longitudinally extending coplanar conductors (206, 210) of a radio frequency transmission line are defined on the planar surface (204) of an insulating substrate (202). The resistive film (220 220^) may be positioned away from or in the space between parallel co ...


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Faulkner Mark V, Stoneham Edward B, Mohwinkel Clifford A, Vaughan Mark J: Coplanar microwave circuit having suppression of undesired modes. Endwave Corporation, May 25, 2001: KR1020007011797

Lossy resistive films (220, 220) and longitudinally extending coplanar conductors (206, 210) of a radio frequency transmission line are defined on the planar surface (204) of an insulating substrate (202). The resistive films (220, 220) may be positioned away from or in the space between parallel co ...


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