This lab demonstrates the rejection of common-mode noise while amplifying differential-mode signals. This is the final circuit in Multisim.
The circuit is comprised of one oscillator, one inverting amplifier, two weighted summers and one differential amplifier.
This is a screen capture of the noise disconnected.
ECE336 – Electromagnetic Theory II, Professor Dr. Yifei Li
20 GHz RF Amplifier Design – ADS
This is a 20 GHz amplifier circuit, made using smith chart impedance matching in ADS. This circuit is one of the first times I have used this powerful software. Glad to be putting my emag theory to work to build something real. The report should be helpful for me to jog my memory to do it again. With the notes I have, a similar circuit should be possible.
For the impedance matching, I considered using an inductor, though using only caps and t-lines, the result seemed to be cleaner.
See the following for the full report:
Digital Alarm Clock Project – Embedded Systems Design
See full report:
Lab Report 5 – Digital Alarm Clock
Digital Alarm Clock User Manual
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