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TL;DR: In this article, the authors presented theoretical calculations of the large-signal admittance and efficiency achievable in a silicon p-n-v-ns Read IMPATT diode.
Abstract: This paper presents theoretical calculations of the large-signal admittance and efficiency achievable in a silicon p-n-v-ns Read IMPATT diode. A simplified theory is employed to obtain a starting design. This design is then modified to achieve higher efficiency operation as specific device limitations are reached in large-signal (computer) operation. Self-consistent numerical solutions are obtained for equations describing carrier transport, carrier generation, and space-charge balance. The solutions describe the evolution in time of the diode and its associated resonant circuit. Detailed solutions are presented of the hole and electron concentrations, electric field, and terminal current and voltage at various points in time during a cycle of oscillation. Large-signal values of the diode's negative conductance, susceptance, average voltage, and power-generating efficiency are presented as a function of oscillation amplitude for a fixed average current density. For the structure studied, the largest microwave power-generating efficiency (18 percent at 9.6 GHz) has been obtained at a current density of 200 A/cm2, but efficiencies near 10 percent were obtained over a range of current density from 100 to 1000 A/cm2.
TL;DR: Asymptotic waveform evaluation (AWE) provides a generalized approach to linear RLC circuit response approximations and reduces to the RC tree methods.
Abstract: Asymptotic waveform evaluation (AWE) provides a generalized approach to linear RLC circuit response approximations. The RLC interconnect model may contain floating capacitors, grounded resistors, inductors, and even linear controlled sources. The transient portion of the response is approximated by matching the initial boundary conditions and the first 2q-1 moments of the exact response to a lower-order q-pole model. For the case of an RC tree model, a first-order AWE approximation reduces to the RC tree methods. >
TL;DR: In this article, a method to determine the small-signal equivalent circuit of FETs is proposed, which consists of a direct determination of both the extrinsic and intrinsic small signal parameters in a low-frequency band.
Abstract: A method to determine the small-signal equivalent circuit of FETs is proposed This method consists of a direct determination of both the extrinsic and intrinsic small-signal parameters in a low-frequency band This method is fast and accurate, and the determined equivalent circuit fits the S-parameters well up to 265 GHz >
TL;DR: In this article, an algorithm for generating provably passive reduced-order N-port models for linear RLC interconnect circuits is described, in which, in addition to macromodel stability, passivity is needed to guarantee the overall circuit stability.
Abstract: This paper describes an algorithm for generating provably passive reduced-order N-port models for RLC interconnect circuits. It is demonstrated that, in addition to macromodel stability, macromodel passivity is needed to guarantee the overall circuit stability once the active and passive driver/load models are connected. The approach proposed here, PRIMA, is a general method for obtaining passive reduced-order macromodels for linear RLC systems. In this paper, PRIMA is demonstrated in terms of a simple implementation which extends the block Arnoldi technique to include guaranteed passivity while providing superior accuracy. While the same passivity extension is not possible for MPVL, comparable accuracy in the frequency domain for all examples is observed.
01 Oct 1973
TL;DR: In this article, a differential equation is derived which gives the oscillator phase as a function of time, and with the aid of this equation, the transient process of "pull-in" as well as the production of distorted beat note are described in detail.
Abstract: Impression of an external signal upon an oscillator of similar fundamental frequency affects both the instantaneous amplitude and instantaneous frequency. Using the assumption that time constants in the oscillator circuit are small compared to the length of one beat cycle, a differential equation is derived which gives the oscillator phase as a function of time. With the aid of this equation, the transient process of "pull-in" as well as the production of a distorted beat note are described in detail. It is shown that the same equation serves to describe the motion of a pendulum suspended in a viscous fluid inside a rotating container. The whole range of locking phenomena is illustrated with the aid of this simple mechanical model.
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