[time-nuts] Basic regenerative-divider questions
didier at cox.net
Sat Sep 29 19:00:48 EDT 2007
They are non-linear when considering the LO port, and we try to make them
linear considering the RF and IF ports, that's what makes them hard to do
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> In a message dated 29/09/2007 23:28:23 GMT Daylight Time,
> jmiles at pop.net
> Yep, but usually they're not quite _that_ nonlinear. :) I'm
> used to thinking of mixers as linear devices, from the
> IMD/IP3 perspective.
> Am I missing something here?
> I always thought mixers were non linear by definition, and
> relying on that non linearity to function:-)
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