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matching network design for transceiver with differential outputs

I'm trying to learn about matching networks. I have a 2.4GHz radio chip with differntial TXP/TXN outputs, and RXP/RXN input. These both share the same single ended antenna. I've been reading and I ...
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CC1125 reference design matching network using Smith chart

I am trying to confirm on a Smith chart the matching network for 169MHz frequency using an external PA and and 437Mhz with an external LNA. I am not able to end at the origin of the Smith chart using ...
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question about transistor matching circuit

I'm studying this transistor matching circuit provided initially by Bob Moog. I think I mostly understand how it works, the op amp, bjt not under test and resistors form a current source, which stays ...
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Matching transistors for discrete opamp (audio use)

I am building some GAR2520 discrete opamps that require a matched pair of BC550(CTA) NPN transistors. I built a simple emitter follower with a 15V supply, biased at about half that. I input a 1khz ...
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Matching ground references between computer and small DIY amplifier

I am teaching myself about audio amplifiers and put together a basic circuit to receive the signal from my laptop and then drive a pair of 32 ohm headphones. The small amplifier is powered by the USB ...
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Whats a good naming convention for part series and shunt components?

I have an RF receiver circuit which includes a ceramic chip antenna. Our chip antenna manufacturer "fine tunes" this antenna to the board and housing by determining the values of the Shunt and Series ...
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Transformer characteristic for impedance matching in RF

In an rf impedance matching circuit it is assumed that transformer is ideal or large enough. I just wanted to know the quantification of "large enough" (which parameter is large with respect to what) ...
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Impedance matching routes in Eagle board

I am making my second board using Eagle CAD. I have different components with a set of different sizes. I set the minimum width for lines to be x. That way, the autorouter creates EVERY line in that ...
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Basic NFC Loop Design on PCB

I'm a college student learning the basics of NFC loop antenna design. As a starting point, I'm trying to design a PCB-based rectangular NFC loop operating at 13.56 MHz, matched to 50Ω. (NFC ...
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Matching the impedance of a filter?

Currently designing a circuit consisting of 50 Ohm rated ICs. Between two ICs (switches), I will place a BP-filter made out of discrete components (high-Q inductors and capacitors). The filter will ...
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Impedance matching for amplifier output

I needed some basic advice about impedance matching. I have an RF amplifier with 50 ohm output impedance, capable of generating 400W output power at 500kHz. I am trying to deliver this to a 12 ohm ...
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Impedance matching an RLC circuit (inductor macroscopically drawn on PCB)

Context: I am a physics grad student with basic knowledge of circuits, but impedance matching and RF domain are beyond my normal scope. My PCB is actually copper bonded to a ceramic substrate that is ...
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CC1120 and RF output pin and network

I am working on a hobby design and thinking of using the CC1120 for my RF transceiver. One thing that has me confused, however, is the matching circuitry on the RF input and output of the CC1120. ...
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A poor man's alternative to a network analizer for antenna matching

I'm doing a small board with a 915 MHz transceiver. A small helical antenna is used, which is located on board with a very short path (10 mm) from the IC, including balun and a matching network. There ...
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Computational complexity of current netlist matching algorithms

I understand that the problem of matching two netlists could be reduced to the graph isomorphism problem which is NP-intermediate. Apart from that what are the complexity results of some of the ...
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Impedance Matching Resistor

I'm working on a high speed ADC/DAC board. I saw some reference designs for the device, there are matching series resistors connected between output digital pins & controller. Though, resistor ...
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Custom USB Impedance question

I'm looking at making my own USB cable for a project. The primary issue I'm having is that I'm getting a lot of capacitance in my cable between D+ and D- (400ish pF) which is enough to throw off the ...
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Problem with impedance matching on DIY 4 pole 3.5mm audio splitter

I built an audio 4 connector 3.5mm splitter. The goal is to play a sound clip through a phone's mic input across a call, while recording the same sound clip on the computer. I used the TRRS ...
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Matching mosfets - linear servo amplifier (AB)

I'm replacing a bunch of burnt mosfets in a linear amplifier for a brushless motor. 3 phases Each phase: 3 pairs of totem IRFP240 / IRFP9240 in parallell. (no R in series) My main concern is ...
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Intersection Turning Movement counts

Civil Traffic Engineers have a perpetual data gathering problem. They need intersection turning movement counts to do their studies. This has historically been a manual task. Someone sits by the ...
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Can I plug 4 Ohm speakers to 16 Output directly?

I have Samsung YP-U3 player with Earphone Output 20mW (16Ω) and I want to connect it with speakers taken out from my old laptop that are two 4Ω (1.5W). Can I do it directly or speaker will break down ...
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How do you find matched components?

I am designing a twin-T filter, which has a cut-off around 4.5 MHz. In this filter, both R1 and R2 must be 2 x R3. C1 and C2 must be half of C3. I have selected R1 = 10k and C1 = 3.6pF and that gives ...
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Can I merge two impedance matching circuits?

I've got an RF transceiver (Nordic's nRF24L01+) which shows a typical circuit to match its antenna output to a single ended 50 ohm impedance. I've also got a chip antenna which comes with an example ...