LNA – Protecting Sensitive Components

https://www.macom.com/blog/designing-with-diodes-protecting

Sensitive low noise amplifiers (LNAs) in radar or radio receivers cannot tolerate large input signals without sustaining damage. What’s the solution? Receiver-protector limiter (RPL) circuits, the “heart” of which typically comprises PIN diodes, can be utilized to protect sensitive components from large input signals without adversely affecting small-signal operation. RPL circuits do not require external control signals. These circuits comprise…

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Microwave EME on Wiki

G4BAO EME Wiki

Sam G4DDK and John G4BAO published a page on Wiki about EME on the higher bands. The article is full of very useful and interesting information. From Introduction od article: Above the amateur radio 144MHz band low sky noise means EME takes on a different character. Low sky noise (noise temperature) means that very weak signals can be heard against…

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50 MHz & Up Group – Web Pages with archive

Mike Lavelle K6ML 50 Mhz & Up Group

On 50 MHz & Up Group web pages is possible to find a lot of very interesting microwave articles: A hybrid SDR made from the mcHF UI board and the HackRF front end, Gary, K6MG, May 2020 Millimeter Wave Path Selection and Propagation Prediction, Mike, K6ML, April 2020 New World Distance Record on 122GHz, Mike, K6ML, April 2020 Low noise…

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