Parameters Unit Value Base module Tx power dBm 17.6 Tx frequency GHz 10.5 Rx frequency GHz 8.5 AM modulation index % 20 AM conversion gain
dB 3.5 FM bandwidth MHz 420 FM sweep frequency kHz 2.5 FM conversion gain
dB 61.5 Tag module Rx frequency GHz 8.5 Tx frequency GHz 10.5 Conversion gain
dB 32 Antenna (horn) Gain dBi 24 Beam width [degrees] 20 TABLE 3: Comparison of high-accuracy radar systems.
where K is the conversion gain
of the resonant LLC circuit; n is ratio of secondary winding turns to the number of turns of the primary winding of the transformer TR1.
The conversion gain
of the proposed mixer is observed to be 7.5 dB with an IIP3 of 1 dBm as shown in Figure 5.
Architecture Calibrated six-port Low-IF receiver receiver Input RF bandwidth + + + + + + 3 dB demodulation bandwidth + + + + + + Circuit complexity + + + + Port matching + + + - Ports isolation + + + + + Power requirement + + -- EVM performance + + + + + Noise figure -- + + Sensitivity -- + + + Dynamic range -- + + + Intermodulation + + + -- Cost + + + Conversion gain
-- + + +
Figure 4 illustrates the measured conversion gain
versus LO power at 5.8 GHz.
Experience will help vendors at all levels of the conversion gain
Their current prices are 10% and 6% below the repurchase prices, moreover, OGK-1 offers conversion gain
of 3.8% (OGK-3 trades almost in line with conversion ratio).
Thus, a parallel LC tank resonated at [[omega].sub.FI1] can be chosen as the load of the first-stage mixer to improve the system conversion gain
Major features of the STW82100B: High input linearity 8dB conversion gain
10.5dB noise figure Excellent 'spurious performance'
ADI's new passive mixers extend across a 700-MHz to 2800-MHz frequency range in a single device while delivering input IP3 (third order intercept) of 24 dBm, an 11 dB SSB noise figure and 7 dB of power conversion gain
. These performance specifications are maintained across the full operating frequency range.
Maybe you have tax losses that can be used to offset all or a portion of the conversion gain
? Also, to help cushion the tax blow is a federal tax law that will allow you to spread your gain over the three years--2010, 2011 and 2012--as long as you make the conversion in 2010.
Typical conversion gain
is 13 dB, IF bandwidth is 0.5 to 3.0 GHz, OTO1 is 29 dBm and LO input power range is -5 to +5 dBm.