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parasitic oscillation[¦par·ə¦sid·ik ‚äs·ə′lā·shən]
An undesired self-sustaining oscillation or a self-generated transient impulse in an oscillator or amplifier circuit, generally at a frequency above or below the correct operating frequency.
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It enables simple paralleling of several converters, suffers from no parasitic oscillations
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, this type of a harmonic load pull system must provide high reflection inside the test bandwidth, high tuning resolution, high power handling and low-pass characteristics.
The feedback ratio of [C.sub.06]/[C.sub.07] is high to prevent parasitic oscillations
. These parasitic oscillations
occur at a distance of 50 to 100 MHz from the targeted oscillation and originate from the external LC resonant circuit.