Design of Wilkinson Power Divider for Mobile and WLAN Applications
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Keywords:Wilkinson Power Divider, Microwave, Insertion Loss, Return Loss, Isolation
– In microwave and radio frequency (RF) applications, the power divider is a well-known threeport device that is very essential. It can be used extensively in balanced power amplifiers, radar systems, and phase shifters. It is well-known that the power divider bearing Wilkinson's name is the most wellknown and respected of all power dividers.This divider uses a single frequency band and has two lines with a length of L= λ/4 (quarter wave). It operates on a single frequency f=c/λ. The primary function of these microwave devices is to establish a power distribution from an input signal to a predetermined number of output signals. This is a very important duty for these devices. This power divider that has been presented has a design that includes three output ports. Optimisation with the help of the HFSS simulator will make it possible to have a power divider for applications related to WLAN (the band will cover WLAN at a frequency of 2.4 GHz). The standard Wilkinson power divider (WPD) may have a straightforward design, but despite its ease of construction, it offers satisfactory performance despite its restricted bandwidth (isolation).
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