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Dissertation > Industrial Technology > Radio electronics, telecommunications technology > Basic electronic circuits > Multiplier, divider,inverter > Inverter, mixer

Fourth harmonic image rejection mixer monolithic design

Author LuoXi
Tutor GuoYunChuan
School University of Electronic Science and Technology
Course Electromagnetic Field and Microwave Technology
Keywords MMIC Harmonic mixer Image rejection PHEMT
CLC TN773
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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The monolithic microwave integrated circuits referred to MMIC is an active and passive components produced in the microwave circuits on the same semiconductor substrate . It has the advantages of small size , light weight , high reliability, good stability . The mixer is widely used in the fields of communication , radar , a core component of the receiving system . Based on the the UMS company 0.15um GaAs process design a millimeter wave fourth harmonic image rejection mixer . More difficult to design high-performance millimeter wave local oscillator using harmonic mixer technology to the local oscillator frequency can be reduced to the fundamental frequency of 1 / 2 , 1 / 4 , thereby avoiding the millimeter wave local oscillator design challenges ; mirror suppression technology is particularly important in terms of interference , so the harmonic mixer technology with mirrored suppression technology to combine design mixer is of great significance . At first, the diode circuit design and simulation , simulation results , however , are not ideal ; followed by the application of PHEMT ( pseudomorphic high electron mobility field-effect transistor ) design a resistive fourth harmonic image rejection mixer , the core of which parts double balun and Lange bridge , both amplitude imbalance and phase unbalance plays a decisive role in the final overall circuit simulation results are up to the requirements of the design specifications ( 35 ~ 37GHz RF image rejection when the mirror frequency suppression gt ; 20dB conversion loss lt ; 20dB ; RF and the LO isolation gt ; 30dB) . The test results show that the mixer at the RF input 35 ~ 39GHz, IF output 0 ~ 2GHz frequency conversion loss is less than 20dB image rejection greater than 17.5dB . RF and the LO isolation greater than 38dB.

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