The Influence of Transistor and Circuit Design Philosophy on the Performance of CATV Amplifiers" (1975)

By G.G. Luettgenau and P. Rebeles, TRW Semiconductors

This paper discusses the characteristics of CATV transistors. and circuits with respect to intermodulation. Individual distortion mechanisms are located and described by means of a precision computer program. Practical measurement techniques are evaluated.

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