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Out-of-Band Immunity to Interference of Single-Ended Baseband Amplifiers Through IM 2 Cancellation. / Totev, Emil; Huang, Cong; de Vreede, Leonardus; Long, John; Serdijn, Wouter; Verhoeven, Chris.

In: IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems Part 1: Regular Papers, Vol. 63, No. 11, 2016, p. 1785-1793.

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title = "Out-of-Band Immunity to Interference of Single-Ended Baseband Amplifiers Through IM 2 Cancellation",
abstract = "The effect of second-order intermodulation (IM2) distortion produced by out-of-band, high-frequency interference on baseband/IF amplifiers is analyzed using the Volterra series. It is shown that a compensation loop designed to trap nonlinear currents improves the immunity of differential stages to IM2 distortion generated by local feedback. Measurements of a single-ended amplifier example implementing the proposed method demonstrate an IP2 increase of more than 30 dB",
keywords = "RFI, Amplifiers, EMI, IM2 cancellation, nonlinear distortion",
author = "Emil Totev and Cong Huang and {de Vreede}, Leonardus and John Long and Wouter Serdijn and Chris Verhoeven",
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number = "11",

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AU - Verhoeven, Chris

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