Short-pulsed operation of the balanced detector Public Deposited

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  • The problem that is attacked in this paper is that of analyzing and predicting the response of a balanced detector when it is driven by short, periodic bursts of RF energy. There is, however, sufficient information provided to extend the analysis to virtually any circumstance of balanced detector operation. The problem is solved by developing an equivalent circuit for the balanced detector. The equivalent circuit provides a basis for developing an intuitive understanding of the detector operation. A mathematical analysis of the equivalent circuit provides a second method of determining the detector response and serves, also, to substantiate the intuitive methods. Some guidelines are established from the results of the analysis that can be used in designing a system. These guidelines provide a means of obtaining a desired system operation and, at the same time, ensure that the intuitive predictions will be very much the same as the results that would be obtained from a mathematical analysis, or from a real system.
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