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Design of a MESFET Frequency Multiplier - Theory and Simulation

The design of nonlinear circuits is usually viewed as a challenge, mainly because of the difficulty in determining the accurate model that describes the device behavior over a wide range of conditions, including varying frequency and power level. The m...

June 1, 2003
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The basic principle of operation of a MESFET multiplier is that the device is biased for a particular conduction angle, based on the harmonic frequency to be generated. A generalized circuit schematic of a MESFET frequency multiplier is shown in Figure 1 . It can be seen that the...
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