To support the tremendous demands on mobile-data traffic, researchers are motivated to overcome the global bandwidth shortage by exploring the underutilised millimetre-wave frequency spectrum. A millimetre-wave communication system has a large bandwidth, which can be exploited to provide a fast data-transfer rate up to multi-gigabits per second. However, as millimetre-wave filters operate in a higher frequency band, they are highly sensitive to component value variations, resulting in complex and expensive manufacturing processes. The Chained-Function Waveguide Filter offers a robust and compact filter with reduced sensitivity to manufacturing errors, providing a low-cost and reliable solution to achieving sustainable filter synthesis for 5G and beyond.
Yuan Ping Lim was born in Melaka, Malaysia, in 1994. He received the B.Eng degree (Hons.) in electrical and electronic from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), in 2017. He is currently working toward the M.Eng degree at UTP. His research interests include millimeter-wave waveguide filter design, advanced 5G filtering techniques, and passive filter miniaturization techniques.moreLinkedIn Instagram Facebook
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