A broadband microwave amplifier design by means of immittance based data modelling tool
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CitationKilinc, A., Pinarbas, H., Sengul, M., & Yarman, B. S. (2002). A broadband microwave amplifier design by means of immittance based data modelling tool. Paper presented at the , 2 535-540 vol.2. doi:10.1109/AFRCON.2002.1159965
In this paper a practical broadband microwave amplifier design algorithm is introduced utilizing the immittance data-modelling tool. In the course of design, first, the optimum input and output terminations for the active device are produced employing the real frequency technique. Then, these terminations are modelled utilizing the new immittance-modelling tool to synthesize the front-end and back-end matching networks. An example is included to exhibit the implementation of the proposed design algorithm to construct a single stage BJT amplifier over a wide frequency band. It is expected that the proposed design algorithm will find applications to realize wideband microwave amplifiers put on MMIC for mobile communication.
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