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microwave amplifier stabilization

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by tsp, Feb 2, 2004.

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  1. tsp

    tsp Guest

    Hi,

    Could anyone tell me how to stabilize a microwave amplifer without
    using feedback. I know the technique how I would use a smith chart
    and see how much resistance I would need. However, I need to learn
    more about this method. At the moment, all I know is how to use a
    resistor in series or shunt. I have no idea how to use it as a
    combination, eg. shunt and series... does anybody know how I would do
    that????

    tsp
     
  2. Stabilize what ?
    temperature ?
    output power ?
    gain ?
    gain flatness ?
    reflexions ?

    Rene
     
  3. John Larkin

    John Larkin Guest

    Maser?
    TWT?
    Klystron?
    Bipolar?
    PHEMT?
    MMIC?

    John
     
  4. maxfoo

    maxfoo Guest

    Why not just buy one from minicircuits for 99 cents and not worry you little
    head about it. ERA-3 (dc-6ghz)









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