In this paper, a wideband bandpass filter using multi-mode resonator and mixed electromagnetic (EM) coupling is presented. To increase the bandwidth while not enlarge the circuit size, multi-short-stub multi-mode resonator, which produces multiple resonances, is utilized. Furthermore, the capacitive gap between open ends of the stubs is utilized to realize electric coupling between the multi-mode resonator and quarter-wavelength stepped impedance resonator. Meanwhile, a high-impedance transmission line between them is used to implement magnetic coupling. This mixed EM coupling can produce transmission zero near the passband, consequently improving the frequency selectivity of proposed filter. Measured results of the filter prototype are in good agreement with the simulated ones. The filter is with an insertion loss at central frequency of 15.86 GHz about 2.5 dB, a 3 dB bandwidth about 5.72 GHz (the fractional bandwidth about 36%), and the variation of group delay over the whole passband <0.28 ns. Additionally, the effective circuit size of the filter is about 0.126 λg2, where λg is the wavelength of 15.86 GHz. All these results have shown that proposed filter is promising for future high-precision imaging system or high-speed communication application.