Mixer Design


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Mixer Design
1010500103030010106001010507Mixer DesignMixers are three port active or passive devices, are designed to yield both a sum and a difference frequency at a single output port when two distinct input frequencies are inserted into the other two ports. This process, called frequency conversion (or heterodyning), is found in most communication’s gear, and is used so that we may increase or decrease a signal’s frequency. One of the two input frequenc…
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Cotter W. Sayre: Complete Wireless Design. Mixer Design, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008 2001), AccessEngineering Export