IMPATT diode amplifier.
Key, Charles Thomas
Knorr, Jeffrey B.
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A high performance IMPATT diode test circuit has been developed which is very effective in reducing spurious oscillations of the diode under test by controlling the impedance presented to the diode by the circuit. In this circuit, a 10 GHz silicon diode has been tested as an amplifier with power gains in excess of 20 db.
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