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Post subject: How does a balanced oscillator work and design.
Unread postPosted: Wed Jun 02,
2004 5:10 am
I like to design a balanced-oscillator that operates
at 900 MHz. Pout of
each output port(0 and 180 degree phase)
about 15 dBm. I would like to make my background more solid.
advise me a textbook or any resource that explain principle of
operation of this type of oscillator and
criterion of design.