Design of FET Frequency Multipliers and Harmonic Oscillators
Here's an introduction to the application of Field Effect Transistors (FET) as frequency multipliers and harmonic oscillators. With an emphasis on nonlinear techniques, a minimal amount of mathematics, and the proper combination of theory and experimentation, this book helps microwave and millimeter-wave engineers comprehend the fundamental concepts and design rules of frequency multipliers and harmonic oscillators.
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Nonlinear MESFET Models
Low Frequency Multipliers
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amplitude band bandwidth bias point biased capacitance capacitor coefficient component conduction angle coupler described determined device diode drain current drain termination drain voltage equation frequency doubler frequency multiplier frequency tripler function fundamental frequency GaAs gate voltage gate-source harmonic current harmonic frequency harmonic load harmonic oscillator HEMT high frequency IEEE input impedance input power input return loss large-signal linear load pull low frequency matching network maximum MESFET Microwave MMIC modulation multiplication gain negative resistance nonlinear obtained odd harmonics ohms Open stub Zq operation optimum output conductance output harmonic output power parameters performance phase noise pinch-off plot power amplifier Pspice reactance represented in Figure resistor resonator resulting return loss S-parameters second harmonic Series line shown in Figure signal simulation sinusoidal stability third harmonic topology transconductance transistors transmission line transmission-line tuned tuner voltages and currents Volts waveform zero