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Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Resonant Microwave Reflection Amplifiers

In this article, the one-port transistor amplifier (OPTA) is studied in detail. This kind of amplifier offers a higher gain, with higher power efficiency at microwave frequencies, than a conventional two-port transmission amplifier. A new theoretical a...

October 14, 2004
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Electromagnetic signals are used to transmit information in the form of amplitude, frequency, phase and time duration of an oscillation. In many cases, they must be amplified from a low to a higher power level by an amplifier having special basic characteristics, such as sufficient gain within a specific...
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