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From: "John Jardine"
Subject: Re: Comb/Harmonic Generators
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 18:29:05 -0000
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Vance wrote in message
> Please forgive the dual post - I'm not familiar with the traffic.
> I'm from Picosecond Pulse Labs and we've cobbled together a comb
> generator which displays some very interesting characteristics. I'm
> making this post for a little market feedback, as we're not systems
> designers who use these components.
> These devices are not SRD based, so they're not tuned. This means
> their input frequency can vary - like 500Mhz to 15Ghz. The harmonic
> content is quite strong due to some proprietary technology and we see
> more than -10dmb at 40Ghz for a 2Ghz, +10dbm input. The device
> consumes about 1.4W.
> My questions are these: Are these three characteristics (variable
> input, input frequencies to 15Ghz, and significantly higher harmonic
> power) of significant value to designers? Are there other
> alternatives? Does this enable other trade offs in the design?
> Thanks for your feedback.
Otherwise, sounds to me like you've invented a diode ;-)
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