This paper focuses on designing a dual-band, bandpass filter configuration inspired by glide-symmetric structures in a single plane. Geometry configuration of elliptical slots on both sides of single substrate generally affects electromagnetic fields as well as rejection bands. Easy fabrication with misalignment avoidance during assembly procedure unlike conventional structures based on gap waveguide technology, make them appropriate to use in electromagnetic devices. Parametric study on dispersion characteristics is carried out in this article to find out how rejection-bands are offered through breaking the symmetry. A method for producing symmetry is also suggested, which may be helpful for reconfigurable devices. Moreover, equivalent circuit model is demonstrated to get insight of the mechanism of the presented glide symmetry scheme. The transmission frequency ranges of two passbands with center frequencies of 19.74 GHz and 28.233 GHz are shown by the measured and calculated S-parameters of five unit-cell structures.