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Residual Phase Noise Measurements of the Input Section in a Receiver

If not designed properly, the input section of an analog down-converter can introduce phase noise that can prevail over other noise sources in the system. Residual phase noise measurements on a simplified input section of a classical receiver that is c...

March 24, 2008
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A classical design approach for receivers operating at microwave frequencies is to down-convert the detected signal to some intermediate frequency before digitizing the signal. The final design of a receiver is chosen depending on performances, which can be described by various parameters. The most important ones are the broadband...
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