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Canonical transfer function of band-pass NGD circuit

Canonical transfer function of band-pass NGD circuit

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This study introduces the generalised canonical transfer function (TF) of the band-pass negative group delay (NGD) circuit. The principle to identify the unfamiliar band-pass NGD circuits is suggested. Similar to the filter theory, the band-pass NGD TF can be established from low-pass to band-pass frequency transform. The fundamental characteristics of the NGD topology are described. The canonical TF feasibility is concretised with the second-order equivalent impedance constituted by passive elements. The synthesis formulas in function of the desired NGD level and bandwidth are analytically established. Application examples of band-pass NGD impedance synthesis, designed and fabricated are proposed as a proof of concept. Prototypes of band-pass NGD circuits with centre frequencies 1 and 1.5 MHz for the targeted group delay optimal values, respectively, −1 and −1.5 µs are designed and fabricated. As expected, band-pass NGD results in good agreement with the theoretical prediction were obtained with simple lumped circuits. In the future, thanks to theory simplicity, the NGD band-pass cell can be potentially useful for the signal delay correction.

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