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low-loss "narrow band" mixer.

D. P. Howson

low-loss "narrow band" mixer.

by D. P. Howson

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Published by University of Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesReports -- no.14.
The Physical Object
Pagination6p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13688238M

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However, the mixer was usable over the RF band of to 40 GHz, which corresponds to an IF band of to GHz. Conclusion This paper presented a novel x4 low loss subharmonic mixer operating at the upper Ka-band with an X-band LO.

Good performance was achieved by carefully designing the important idlers. amplifier string at a narrow frequency band than it is to build a wideband, high gain amplifier. Also, the modulation bandwidth is typically very much smaller than the carrier frequency.

A second mixer stage converts the signal to the baseband. The signal is then demodulated (demod). The modulation technique is independent from the receiver. The second-order ring modulator is adapted for narrow-band mixer use, and low-loss narrow band mixer.

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