Authors' Reply to "Comments on 'Branch-Line Couplers Using Unequal Line Lengths"'

Toker, Canan
Oztne, Mustafa
The comments of He et al. [1] pointed out an error in the above-cited paper [2, eq. (4)] , which occurred when copying the manuscript and it does not impair the rest of the paper because the correct formula is used throughout the analysis. So there should be no question about the correctness of the final results and conclusions of the paper [2].


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C. Toker, M. Oztne, and N. GÜNALP, “Authors’ Reply to “Comments on ‘Branch-Line Couplers Using Unequal Line Lengths”’,” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES, pp. 4089–4089, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: