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Maybe BCM857 dual BJT and HSMP3804 PIN diode. Maybe.


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I'd split your project in two parts: the power metering part the adjustable attenuation part If you want to correct how much power you're actually producing, there's no way to know but measuring. So, you're on-spot with the split-and-measure approach you're taking here. There's interesting power meter ICs that you can buy that are pretty impressive in ...


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Microwave amplifiers are tricky. Fets and transistors have so strong internal leakage from output to input that the result is easily an oscillator. Matching networks are needed for stability. Even a single stage amp can be an oscillator with mismatched signal source or load. Another reason for matching is to avoid wasting all gain to the attenuation caused ...


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