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CLClear (Morse Code abbreviation)
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Depending on the model, conversion loss ranges from 6 to 9 dB typical with 20 dB typical RF to LO isolation.
where [K.sub.i] is the second-order coefficient of the diode transfer characteristic (resp., conversion loss of the mixer) at port i in the case of the FPD (resp., TPD) while I(t) and Q(t) are the in-phase and quadrature-phase components of the input modulated RF signal.
Input power of the rectifier at 5.8 GHz is calculated as 21.4 dBm considering propagation loss, cable loss, gain of the amplifier, conversion loss of the mixer, and insertion loss of the combiner and divider.
To achieve appropriate impedance matching between the dual balun and the Schottky diode, a 8-finger Schottky diode's model with a 100 [micro]m gate width was optimized to ensure minimum conversion loss. The [lambda]/4 coupled-line value for the length of the power divider was 425 [micro]m, while 975 and 930 [micro]m for the short stub and open stub, respectively.
For a wider band suppression, a constant conversion loss at [f.sub.o] and a flat group delay must be obtained.
This figure shows the measured conversion loss of the designed frequency doubler at 868MHz for 0V and a 0.5V DC bias.
These topologies suffer from high conversion loss and high LO power requirements, but generally exhibit good linearity performance.
In this study, the wind force could drive the heat pump system directly so that the energy conversion loss could be reduced and the efficiency could be further increased.
This conversion process is always accompanied by some loss, while minimizing the conversion loss and increasing power supply conversion efficiency is an important factor in reducing a server's overall energy requirements.
The measured result showed that a conversion loss is less than 9 dB at the IF frequency from 20.0 to 21.6 GHz under 6.5 dBm LO power.
These passive inline multipliers are offered with X2 and X3 frequency multiplication ratio with a conversion loss of 13 dB typical for the A2X1826-0 with +17 dBm input drive level.