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A single-ended mixer is rarely used in practice, because the demand on the low-pass filter will be excessive unless the difference frequency is extremely low. 01 GHz. In this case, the difference frequency signal strength will be the RF signal strength + CG, while the signal at f L would have a strength somewhat below the LO. So, the filter should ensure that the stop-band attenuation at 1 GHz is more than 80 dB compared to the passband at 10 MHz. This will involve a nontrivial effort in filter design, which is not actually necessary.

17. 16 A low-pass filter with BNC co-axial ports. 5 dB, and above 565 MHz, the insertion loss is >30 dB. While there is no uniform convention as to how pass-band and stop-band are defined, there is no doubt that 0–360 MHz belongs to the pass-band, and frequencies above 565 MHz belong to the stop-band. What is not apparent from the information above is the frequency to which the stop-band extends. For this particular component, data are supplied until 1800 MHz and the stop-band definitely extends until there.

This is important in practice because random small fluctuations in the LO amplitude (called LO AM noise) are inevitable, and lead to sidebands of the LO, which can actually be stronger than the RF. The balanced mixer operates quite satisfactorily for many applications and is widely used. The realization of the sum and difference signals is achieved using 3 dB couplers (Pozar 1998) or innovative structures such as in the crossbar mixer (Maas). Because of the linear term in the device input-output relationship, the RF signal will still leak to the output and has to be filtered out.

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