Abstract—In this communication different approaches are illustrated for the design of microwave ﬁlters, diplexers and manifold-coupled multiplexers,using commercially available simulation tools and solvers. An integral part to these workﬂows is the efﬁcient usage of the coupling matrix for the synthesis of coupled-resonator networks. Index Terms—Microwave ﬁlters, Diplexers, Multiplexers, EM simulation, Filter tuning Read the paper.
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