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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
Download (direct link): noisetheoryoflinearandnonlinear1995.pdf
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6.5. Transformer coupled feedback
133
Y. =
Yn Yu]
у V [О.ЧЭ)
Г 21 >'22 j
where Z\ = r\ + jutL\, Zi — r2 + jw I? and Zn = j w M. corresponding to the impedances of the two inductances and the mutual inductance. The noise currents and voltages are all uncorielated and the equivalent noise two-port of the amplifier
is shown. The noise currents and voltages are determined from the noise parameters
by Equations (2-7) and (2.9).
As the noise sources are uncorrelaten, the noise factor equals the sum of the output noise powers originating from the noise sources and from the source at standard noise temperature divided by the output noise power from the source at standard
noise temperature. There are seven noise sources and each of them gives a contri-
bution to the output noise power. Eight (numbered) equations can be written as follows where the right sides of seven of the equations are either zero or contain a noise source:
— Vi + Z2I2 + ZqI3 + Z0I4 = j (6.119)
— Vn 4- ZJl + Ztl2 + Zgli — I (6.120)
I ~ebl
— + Z0h + Zoh + Z-iIi = I (6.121)
l ~еь3
— V4 4- Zi) 1-2 "r Z1 f-f- 7.1 f ] = I (6.122)
Yu Yu Vi
Y21 Y22
Yu Yl3 ' V,
t'21 Y22 V3
- 1 0 0 - 1
L 0
0
_ 1
h
h
h
L/3
[»’ t". or 0 (6.123)
’ 0 ' -eJYy - Yu) 1
0 а ^21
(6.121)
(6.125)
Vi
и
(6.126)
The noise sources are taken one at a time and in the other equations the zeros are used. These equations can be written in matrix form as shown:
134
6. Noise of embedded networks
— "i 0 0 0 0 z2 Zo Zo V'-i
0 -1 0 0 Zi Zi 0 Zo V2
0 0 -1 0 Zo Zo 0 z2 Уз
0 0 0 -1 0 z0 Zi Zx Vi
I'll 0 Y13 0 -1 0 0 0 h
I21 0 Y22 0 0 0 -1 0 h
Ys 0 0 1 1 0 0 h
0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 h _
Here tor each noise contribution a is equal to one of the seven vectors below containing only one noise source each:
0 0 0 ~ec] 0 0 0
0 “e6i 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 ~eb2 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 -ec2 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 -eJY, - Yu) —
0 0 0 0 •0 ea^21 0
-ics 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 L 0 0 0 0 0 0
Solving Equation (6.127) seven times for /, 7i = h + /4 where m = 0 1, ..., 6 it
follows from Cramer’s rule [13] that Im is of the form
=
S “b bmJSm
D
where So = ios. = еь1, s2 = e>,2. 53 = eci, s4 = eC2, s5 = ea, s6 = ia and D
is the determinant. am and bm are dependent on the matrix Y and Zo, Zi and Z2. It is not necessary to compute D as it is not used in the following, but it is also of the form a-Ys + b~. By use of the algebraic computer program Maple V [12] the quantities я.0 — Яд and bn - bg are computed as:
«0 = 0
4,i = ^ 11 Z,,/: — Vи\i\Z\ + 1 22ZnZ. + 2 Z:)
П, j “ IhZqZt — Y\2Z0 — V 21 Z2 T У 22 ^^Z2 4" 2 Zn
6[ = 0
«2 = —Y\\Z\Z2 + Y12Z0Zl + y-2iZoZ2 - i'22^0 - Z\ ~ z2 b2 — — 1 — У11 Z2 -h У12 Za
6.5. Transformer coupled feedback
135
аз — AyZoZiZ2 — AyZg + VnZoZ] - V^Zg
+ У2,ZxZi - 2 Y21Z0 + V%2+ 2 20
^3 = 'XyZqZi + У'п^о + YnZ2
а4 — — i\yZiZ^ ~ ^11 ZyZi 4 Y12Z0Z2 "b V21 Zq/,2
+ Y-nZl - Y-iZxZ, YnZ'i - - Jfc
bA = -1 - AyZf - YUZ2 - Y22Z2
dj — AyZg ■— X у ZoZ\ Zj — V; 1 ZijZ\ + V, 1 Z\]Zi + 2 V 21Z"
-Y2lZxZ2 - Y2lZ\ + V.ZoZi - yTZ0Z2 -- V., V >1 Zn Z, — V-, V'j 1 Zj Z-J — V, У 22 Z;^ + } . V j j Z, i Z; Zj
65 - — A}' Z,Z, — y„Z0 — У21 Z2 Г V-, Z;i — 21 Zo + V- j Zn Zj
ae = >2iZ02Z2 — У21 Zj Z2 — Y22Zq + Y22Z0ZlZ2 -f ZqZi — ZqZ2
6(5 = — y2iZ2 + \n1Zr\Z1 4- Zq
As |/mj2 is proportional to the mth contribution to the output noise power it follows that
where Gs — Re[y,’]. As Gs is proportional to |^01“ - and 4 к To Л/ can be cancelled in numerator and denominator - the identity reduces to
E6m=1 ji^.Ys + b„).= c;, + K + y;,|2 (6 l2g)
jao + <>0\-
Introducing the two vectors
with the scalar product (u, тг) ~ V. -i; r‘ and norm ]|u;| = ■/ u. u) and as an = 0.
(6.128)
V
(6.130)
(Oi.si . h-
Iк Vs + ^oll2 im2
G'n 4- R'JYs + y.:i2
(6.132)
Equation (6.132) leads to
1.36
6. Noise of embedded networks
К = S- > о (6.133)
2Re[yi’(i;1,r0)] = 2 Kelly}',;'jjv,!!'] (6.134)
which gives for Ys = 1:
and for Ys = j-
1ш[(г-0, и,)] = 1т[У^ ||V’21
Finally
GUM2 = IWP-lkllW
r, Ц-foll2 il^il!2 - |К,«г)|2 ^ ,rpn
6^- - -----------n4kR^------------ - 0 (6Л36}
ana the expressions for the noise parameters R'n. G'n and YI, are found.
6.6 Mixed input
In uiiiei lu obtain a low noise factor and simultaneously a good input power match, it is sometimes the practice to ground the input transistor somewhere between the base and the emitter and thus apply the input signal to both base and emitter by means of a lossless transformer as shown in Figure 6.I6.
For such a circuit the noise param-t.prs ran be calculated by expressing the output noise power density with the source at standard noise temperature, and from this an expression can be made for Fe. This expression is identically equal to the standard expression for Fe (Equation (4.11)) tor all source admittances and thus the following equations are found:
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