Ultra-wideband Balun using a Multiaperture Ferromagnetic Core
Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems (WMCS), 2015 Texas Symposium on
Ultra-wideband devices -- Design, Magnetic cores, Mutual inductance, Ferrite
This paper will describe the design of an ultrawideband balun using a multiaperture ferromagnetic core. The balun is designed to operate over several decades of bandwidth to provide a broadband solution to an increasingly complex spectrum. This design is intended for receiver front-end applications where wideband performance is a critical device requirement. The characteristics of the ferromagnetic material and unique design arrangement provides state-of-the-art insertion loss performance when compared to commercially available baluns.
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Baker, B., & Campbell, R. (2015, April). Ultra-wideband balun using a multiaperture ferromagnetic core. In Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems (WMCS), 2015 Texas Symposium on (pp. 1-4).