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Title: Dispersion characteristics of grooved microstrip line (GMSL)
Authors: Chamma, W
Gupta, N
Shafai, L
Keywords: FDTD method
method of lines
microstrip line
numerical methods
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2000
Citation: 0018-9480; IEEE TRANS MICROWAVE THEORY, APR 2000, vol. 48, no. 4, p.611 to 615.
Abstract: In this paper, the method of lines and finite-difference time-domain numerical methods are used to investigate the field distribution, dispersion, and impedance characteristics of the grooved microstrip line (GMSL) structure. It is found that the GMSL is less dispersive compared to conventional microstrip lines, and also provides a wide range of characteristic impedance values as a function of the groove width. Increasing the groove width of the microstrip structure can also reduce the dielectric and conductor Losses of the GMSL.
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