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Research of complex signal passing through nonlinear transmission line on magnetostatic waves

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2 Author(s)
Grishin, S.V. ; Saratov State Univ., Russia ; Sharaevsky, Y.P.

A microstrip line with a ferromagnetic film excited by a magnetostatic wave (MSW) is a nonlinear device referred to as a signal-to-noise enhancer. In such a transmission line and in the frequency range of MSW excitation, a signal, whose power level is below some threshold value, is more attenuated than a signal whose power level is higher than the threshold value. On the basis of experimental data, an attempt is made to construct a nonlinear model of a backward volume MSW (BVMSW) transmission line. This model describes the frequency characteristics of such a line in the cases of one and two signal regimes.

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Microwave and Telecommunication Technology, 2004. CriMico 2004. 2004 14th International Crimean Conference on

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13-17 Sept. 2004

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