tuning circuit

tuning circuit

[′tün·iŋ ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
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The resonator is mounted directly above the tuning circuit and is supported by a low loss spacer.
Knowledge of the high frequency model of the investigated diode allowed a tuning circuit configuration to be devised.
An isolator was not required at the output of the 46 to 64 GHz VCO that was downconverted since the tuning circuit was isolated from the load by the high pass filter, waveguide section cutoff to fundamental, and by the intrinsic isolation provided by the second harmonic frequency generating mechanism in the Gunn diode.
Comparison of the designed filter tuning circuit to works of other authors 1 lentele.
Its integrated antenna tuning circuit allows the module to be used with a range of implantable antennas (nominal antenna impedance is 100+j150 ohms).
It is shown that a close correlation exists between the reactance behavior of the antenna input impedance and the tuning circuit losses.
The solid-state devices can be used in series or shunt configurations to support a variety of tuning circuit topologies.
For class-F operation, the output matching network also acts as a tuning circuit for the third harmonic.
Syrett, "A Broad-Band Element for Microstrip Bias or Tuning Circuits," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Tecniques, Vol.
Only passive tuning circuits are stuck to the package bottom.
Varactor diode finds its application in tuning circuits or frequency modulation where the output modulation frequency is determined by the value of capacitance.