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Theory of Linear and nonlinear circuits - Engberg J.

Engberg J. Theory of Linear and nonlinear circuits - Wiley & sons , 1995. - 154 p.
ISBN 0-47-94825
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s'm,-, T + T'l
T _ f"P 1 'r~’ D~!"r 1 -v / I СГЛ
n: imUcTj - ------- ——:---------------------- \t.uj)
COS ^ 2 17 Sin
Before drawing the circles for constant Tee (or constant F*) it is noteworthy to from Equation (1.58) that the centres all are located on tiie line m given by
. - sin - . ---
m: ImUc"/-! =----------------de;irr! !4./U!
cos
The lines m and n intersect at the point
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4. Noise parameters
It should also be noted that
|Гтл| = > I (4.72)
- -‘-i
Tee as a function of the source reflection coefficient, I\- = |Fcl exp[7 v?s] is shown in Figure 4.10. When the magnitude of this reflection coefficient is kept constant, which corresponds to following a circle around the origin with radius |Г^| in Figure 4.10, Tee as a function of the phase is
2|Г5|Т7 , , ,
Teei^s) = Pi Y_-jrj|2------------------P1 COS^S ^
This can be rewritten as
Tteivs) = Tm - Ta cos(y>s + ¥>-,) (4.74)
where
_ Г„ + \TS\2T0 171 Pl l _ |Tsj2 (4-'5)
2 irs| T\
T,j- = (-^’6)
It is seen that Tcc(ips) is sinusoidal with a mean value Tm given by Ta and Tp, and an amplitude Ta given by T7 and thus by the magnitude of the cross-correlation
coefficient of the noise waves. An example oi T„{<Ps) ls shown in Figure 4.11. If
ips = — Vi then Tce is minimum for a passive source immittance and maximum for an active source immittance.
When looking at Tee as a function of |Гз| with 95 = — y-,, which corresponds
to the line m in Figure 4.10, Equation (4.54) can be written as
T МГ M - n ^ ~ (a rj)
^ee([lS|J — Pi ^ _ |F'J" "
and Illustrated in Figure 4.12.
From Figure 4.12 or Equation (4.54) it is seen that Tee -* ±.70 for JI’s'l — 1,
because (| 65I2) —► 0 as seen from Equation (4.42). Also
lim Tee(|rs|) = PiTa
|Г5|-гО
lim Т<5(!Г5|) = -PiTj
|i j —-со
Naming the halfplane, which contains Che unit circle, as halfplane 1 and the other as halfnlane 2,
Pi = +1 : Halfplane 1: T^emjn < Tte < oo (In the unit circle)
— oo < Tf , p < - T ]
4.2. Noise power waves
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(a)
Figure 4.1i: An example of the extended effective noise temperature Tee(^s) as a function of the phase of the source reflection coefficient.
(a1) Passive source (Re[Zi] > 0 , (Ts! < ^ oc < 0 , -Г.'' > L).
fb) Active source (Hel7/Л > f.) . jP^-l > li or fRel/Ti' <" 0 . <" IV
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4. Noise parameters
source source
(a)
source source
(b)
Figure 4.12: An example of the extended effective noise temperature X*»( 11'jj) as a function of the magnitude of the source reflection coefficient for ips — — cp-(.
(a) ReiZi) > D.
(b) Re(Zi) < 0.
4.3. Transformations between sets of noise parameters
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Halfplane 2: - Tp < Tee < T x ее max
Halfplane 1: - OG < -L ее < T -1 ei max
Та < Tee < ОС
Halfplane 2: T1 -^esmin < < Т,з
(In the unit circle)
Example 4.3 In Figure 4.10 the circles for constant Tce in the source reflection plane
are drawn. These are constructed for a transistor with the following T noise parameters:
Ta = 550 К T;3 = 200 К TTeJ<^ = 225e“J,-8K
First Teemm and Титлах are found from Equations (4.60) and (4.64) to be 475 К and
— 125 К respectively. Then for Tee > 475 К and Tes < —125 К the centres and radii of the circles of constant Tee are found from Equations (4.58) and (4.59). Some of the results are shown in Table 4.3. The two lines n and m are found as n goes through the origin and given by
Fmn = ^(Fsot + Г sot' )
= i (0.333 + 3.000) e~J 13 = 1.667 e"jls
and the line m is perpendicular to n in Tmtl.
Tes I'ct Rt
700 0.250 e-j1-8 0.479
.550 0.300 18 0.300
475 0.333 e-J 13 0.000
-125 3.000 e-J13 0.000
-150 'i.O'ilO p~‘1-3 2.500
-250 — 4.500 f~J 1,8 6.021
-350 — l.oOOe--' LS 2.S72
Table 4.3: Centres and radii as functions cf noise temperature.
4.3 Transformations between sets of noise parameters
There are almost an infinite number of ways in which a set of noise parameters ran be defined. So far in this book five sets have been defined. One further set of noise
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4. Noise parameters
parametexs ms introduced by tiachtold and Strutt [11J and it uses Fsmin and Г5. From Equation (4.24) one has
R
Fc ~ Femin + yr- i^s -Ysof|2 (4.78)
Gs
As
2s’ - Z, 1 - YsZ;
1 s =
Zs -r Z" 1 -f- YsZ^
where Zs is the source impedance and Z\ is the reference impedance for the input port, one gets
1 - rs
Ys
and
1 sZ* -f Z\
IV - V I* - 4(R.e[Z1])2|r50F - Г5|2
1 s i0F| \rsz; + z^PsofZ; + z,p Gs = Uys + Ys) = l_r:’
2 2 у Fs Zj + r-sZl + Z[
From this it follows that
7 FfP (4.80)
)x 5 T ^11“
Equations (4.79), (4.80), and (4.78) lead to
4R e[Zl]Rn [rs-rSOF|2
enm \Tsof z; + Ztf 1 - \TS\3 [ ]
Here Fe is expressed by -Fem;„, T$oF, and Rn. It is, however, convenient to introduce a new noise parameter, Qnc as
n = 4Яе[^]Дп Qnc \TsofZ; + Zi\*
and F~ can be written as
4.3.1 Transformation formulae From Gn, R~, and K7
(4.85)
(4.86)
To Femin, li.n, ana Уsof•
Fr^;~ - 1 + 2 i + </H.„G- + I R-G-,)2 I
V v ........... ” J
Rn = Дп Ysof = \/Gn/Rn + G;f - j B-,
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