Mixed element wideband microwave amplifier design via simplified real frequency technique
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CitationKilinc, S., Kopru, R., Aksen, A., & Yarman, B. S. (2014). Mixed element wideband microwave amplifier design via simplified real frequency technique. Paper presented at the 1-3. doi:10.1109/MMS.2014.7088951
In this study, we illustrate the design and implementation of a wideband microwave small-signal amplifier composed of mixed elements. The design is based on Simplified Real Frequency Technique (SRFT). A design of low power amplifier circuit is completed and its simulations are performed in success. The circuit is designed with lumped elements, however, some of the lumped elements are converted to distributed elements for their convenience in production. In this way, a mixed element wideband microwave amplifier comprised of input/output matching networks with lumped and distributed elements has been formed. Layout work and also post layout simulation is given with satisfying results.
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