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Verification of practicality of using the second harmonic for reducing IMD

Verification of practicality of using the second harmonic for reducing IMD

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An experimental investigation into the practicality of using the inter-stage second harmonic for reducing third-order intermodulation distortion (IMD) is reported. Experimental results show that the technique is inherently stable and that a reduction of 20 dB in the third-order IMD is obtainable.

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