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Applications of Takahasi's results to broadband matching for microwave amplifiers

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This paper presents simple formulas for broad-band matching microwave amplifiers, such as input, output, or interstage matching of GaAs FET amplifiers and IMPATT diode reflection amplifiers using lossless ladder low-pass and bandpass Chebyshev networks based upon the results of Takahasi. The method bypasses the gain-bandwidth theory and produces lumped lossless equalizers which can be readily approximated by distributed circuits which require few iterations of optimizations to yield the performance of their lumped counterparts.

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Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 11 )