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Two-tone vs. Single-tone Measurement of Second-order Nonlinearity

Use of a method to correctly locate the second-order intercept point (IP2) from one- and two-tone tests
Darioush Agahi, William Domino and Nooshin Vakilian
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Technical Feature Two-tone vs. Single-tone Measurement of Second-order Nonlinearity Darioush Agahi, William Domino and Nooshin Vakilian Conexant Systems Inc. Newport Beach, CA This article describes how to correctly find the second-order intercept point (IP2) from one- and two-tone tests, and presents measurement results in support of the theory. Relation...
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