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Monolithic integration of a 5.3 GHz regenerative frequency divider using a standard bipolar technology

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3 Author(s)
Derksen, R.H. ; Ruhr Universitÿt Bochum, Institut fÿr Elektronik, Bochum, West Germany ; Rein, H.-M. ; Wörner, K.

A monolithic microwave frequency divider IC with an operating range of 1.4¿5.3 GHz was developed and fabricated in a standard bipolar technology. The circuit operates on the principle of `regenerative frequency division¿. Compared to the most popular divider concepts based on a master-slave D-flip-flop, an almost twice as high input frequency can be divided, provided that the same technology is used. A further advantage is the low power consumption.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 22 )