Study of IF Transformers for Single Sideband Operation
Author: Cohn, George I. Author: Weber, Erwin W. Author: Yuen, Paul C. Corporate Author: Electronic Research Laboratory, Illinois Institute of Technology Date of Publication: 1960-04 Pages: 242 Contract: DA 36-039-sc-78342 PB Number: PB162809Contrails does not possess a copy of this report. Click here to offer Contrails a donation of this report
Abstract: Network synthesis can be divided into two major areas. The first of these is the mathematical approximation of a response function in terms of rational functions. The second is the realization of this approximation into a network configuration. This report deals with the methods an problems of the realization process. Emphasis is placed on the realization of lossless networks or lossless networks terminated in a resistance. The form of presentation for each realization technique is as follows: a brief explanation, a numerical example, and a flow chart summarizing the mechanical aspects. The realization methods cover the following general types of impedance and admittance functions: (1) driving point functions of two terminal networks, (2) open circuit and short circuit functions for two terminal pair networks; and (3) overall transfer functions for two terminal pair networks operating into resistive loads.