Frequency-Domain Analysis of Super-Regenerative Amplifiers

  title={Frequency-Domain Analysis of Super-Regenerative Amplifiers},
  author={J. Bohorquez and A. P. Chandrakasan and J. L. Dawson},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques},
Since its invention in 1922, the super-regenerative amplifier (SRA) has been used in a variety of short-range, low-power, and/or low-cost wireless systems due to its simple implementation and excellent performance for a given power budget. Growing demand for ultralow-power receivers for short-range radios has recently reawakened an interest in the theory and design of SRAs. Building on recent work and using reasonable assumptions and approximations, we present a frequency-domain model for… CONTINUE READING
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