DISEÑO Y SIMULACIÓN DE FILTRO DE BANDA DOBLE CON METAMATERIALES
Keywords:Wifi, filter, double band, metamaterials.
At the present time it is impossible to imagine our life without the access to Internet. One way that allows us the access to this technology is the Wifi, which is broadly used at world level. Because of this, new standards arise, where improvements are appreciated with respect to the previous, for example the increase of the speed, bigger width of band of the channels and bigger quantity of devices that can send or receive data at the same time. Until now, the last standard of Wifi rushed to the market is the Wifi 6, which has as distinctive characteristic that operates in two bands in unison: 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz. therefore, in this article it is designed and simulated a filter of double band that operates simultaneously in these frequencies. The proposed design is based fundamentally on the metamaterials employment that allows thanks to the characteristics of these structures to obtain a filter of reduced size.
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