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An X-BAND local oscillator network has been designed and developed to provide in excess of +8dBm for four independent channels. The network consists of an X-band voltage controlled oscillator tunable from 8 to 12 GHz. The output of the oscillator is input to a set of three MMIC in phase power splitters with 0dBm gain and excellent phase performance.
A dual channel 2-20 GHz receiver with a 2-6 GHz IF has been designed and developed to give conversion gain and good LO and RF rejections at intermediate frequencies. It utilizes nine MMIC chips and has an 8 to 12 GHz MESFET voltage controlled oscillator. Applications of this receiver are intended for future electronic warfare systems. The receiver uses a… (More)
An L-Band superhet receiver scheme using Gallium Arsenide Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit technique has been developed for cost effective military application. The front end of the receiver comprised of a single pole double throw switch for antenna selection, followed by RF amplification, double balanced mixer and buffer amplifier for local… (More)