IM5Fifth-Order Intermodulation
References in periodicals archive ?
minor IM1 EF543146 8 IM2 HM542448 2 IM3 HM542449 2 IM4 HM542450 2 IM5 HM542451 1 IM7 HM542452 1 IM8 HM542453 1 IM9 HM542454 1 IM10 HM542455 1 IM11 HM542456 1 IM12 HM542457 1 IM13 HM542458 1 I.
In IM5 (n = 1), the sheep was eupneic and in a good general state throughout the experiment.
(3) Accordingly, this article proposes a new predistortion technique using reflection type harmonic generators, where IM3 and IM5 products can be generated and controlled independently.
The IM3 and IM5 responses start to slightly degrade at very low frequencies.
The measured data are modeled using the conventional AM-AM and AM-PM model to fit the measured amplitudes and phases of the fundamental, third-order intermodulation (IM3) and fifth-order intermodulation (IM5) components.
Calculations have been carried out taking into account only the IM3 (solid line) and 1M3 + IM5 (dashed line) influence.
The results indicate a reduction of 20 dB in the third-order intermodulation (IM3) levels and a 2 to 3 dB reduction in the fifth-order intermodulation (IM5) levels.
The linearity specifications, such as third-, fifth- and seventh-order intermodulation products (IM3, IM5 and IM7), ACPR1 and ACPR2, need to be correlated with the main process parameters to ensure good control of the process and high line yields.
The correlation between ACPRs and third- and fifth-order intermodulation (IM3 and IM5, respectively) distortions are examined.
Correlations between higher order third-intermodulation (IM3) and fifth-intermodulation (IM5) products to ACPR have been shown to be highly dependent on source/load terminations, bias conditions, modulation scheme and active device.[4,5] Currently, other simulation techniques are being proposed to address this issue.
The 1996 MTT-5 International Microwave Symposium (IM5) and Exhibition June 16 to 21 was a record breaker by several standards.
IM3 (dBc) N/A [less than] -43 IM5 (dBc) N/A [less than] -65