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Dielectric resonator capable of varying resonant frequency

Image Number 16 for United States Patent #6069543.

A dielectric resonator capable of adjusting a resonance frequency, reducing occurrence of a mode jump if it is applied to an oscillator and being manufactured at a low cost. The dielectric resonator has a pair of upper and lower opposing conductive plates; a dielectric substrate disposed between the conductive plates; a first electrode formed on one surface of the dielectric substrate, the first electrode having a first opening; a second electrode formed on another surface of the dielectric substrate, the second electrode having a second opening corresponding to the first opening so that a resonator is formed by a portion of the dielectric substrate disposed between the first and second openings; and a variable capacitor located in a portion of the dielectric substrate in which an applied electromagnetic field is confined in and around the resonator.

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