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3.9.2 Design of decoupling/coupling circuits Decoupling. RF must not enter an amplifier s power supply, and the power supply s voltage to the amplifier must not influence any circuits that are before or after the amplifier. Both occurrences would have a negative effect on system operation, as any alternating current into the amplifier s DC bias supply can cause circuit instabilities and noise throughout a system; while passing DC beyond the immediate amplifier stage area would affect the bias of any following amplifier or be sent to ground as a short. In performing as coupling and decoupling elements, capacitors and inductors prevent any of the above from occurring. However, in order to function as desired, coupling and decoupling capacitors must not be near their parallel (high-impedance) resonant mode, while decoupling inductors must not be close to any series (low-impedance) resonant modes nor should the inductors be above their maximum frequency of operation, in which case they would start to become capacitive. Inductors are far from perfect components, and possess parasitic capacitances. So when an amplifier must be able to function properly across a wide band of frequencies, two RFCs (Fig. 3.97) will normally be required: a lowinductance coil that works at very high frequencies without encountering any series resonances, and a high-inductance coil used to block the lower frequencies. This is necessary because the low-frequency, high-impedance inductor will begin to pass the higher frequencies of the passband through the natural turnto-turn capacitance of any coil. An additional bypass capacitor to ground may be placed between the larger coil and ground to further decouple any RF into the amplifier s supply. This type of decoupling will permit the amplifier s wide passband to sustain a nearly flat gain response over its entire frequency range. Coupling. There are various coupling techniques that can be used between stages, depending on frequency, cost, performance, and impedance-matching needs. Capacitor coupling (Fig. 3.111), also referred to as RC coupling, is found in AC and RF amplifiers only, and is capable of amplifying over a very wide bandwidth (the amplifier s required impedance matching circuit will limit this bandwidth, however). As shown in the figure, the series coupling capacitor CC blocks the DC bias to the next stage, but allows the RF signal to pass unattenuated. The coupling capacitor and R6 form a voltage divider, allowing most of the RF signal to be dropped across the high resistance of R6 located at the input to the next stage. The voltage divider functions as described because the capacitor has a much lower impedance to the RF than does the resistor. This signal across R6 will then add to or subtract from the second stage s emitter-base junction, forcing its collector current to vary through R7, producing an amplified output voltage.
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passive components, a section that displays all of the standard engineering constants (Boltzmann s, the speed of light, Planck s, etc.). Even more functionality in this program is expected to be added by Agilent in the near future, and will be obtainable for download from Agilent s Web site. Sonnet Lite, by Sonnet Software, which is included in the attached CD ROM, is an advanced electromagnetic simulator that permits a microwave designer to simulate planar (microstrip) circuits and antennas, and displays a graphical output of gain and return loss. It is a very important software tool in all high-frequency microwave design. RFAMP, by Thomas H. Stanford Engineering, is a noteworthy RF design program available on the Web. This software will automatically calculate a discrete amplifier s stability, matching network, S21, S11, and convert between S, Y, Z, and ABCD parameters. It is truly an invaluable program when narrowband, small-signal discrete S-parameter amplifier design is performed. Even a simple program such as Inductor Design Calculator by David E. Powell will speed high-frequency design of air inductors tremendously. It is available on the Web. PLL Made Easier (Easy-PLL), by National Semiconductor, makes the design of PLLs a much more accurate, speedy, and repeatable process. It is included with this book s CD ROM, as well as on the National Semiconductor Web site. By placing the desired reference frequency, tuning range, and comparison frequency within the appropriate blocks, this software will actually choose the proper VCO and PLL chip (National PLLs only), as well as design the entire loop filter and give the engineer the PLL s complete characteristics, such as phase noise and lock time. Easy-PLL will also perform a comprehensive design check to assure PLL stability and proper component values. Another program that is included in this book s CD ROM is National Semiconductor s Code Loader. It also assists the engineer in designing phase-locked loops. Code Loader, after we select the desired National PLL chip along with other basic parameters permits the design and Bode plot viewing of the loop filter s response, and allows the programming (through a computer) of the physical PLL s N and R counters, phase detector, charge pump, and other registers. A low-cost program, AADE s Filter Design, helps the engineer simply and rapidly design almost all types of lumped low-pass, high-pass, bandpass, and bandstop filters, such as Butterworth, Chebyshev, Elliptic, Bessel, gaussian, and crystal ladder, while also displaying the filter s insertion loss, return loss, group delay, input impedance, etc. As this program is circuit theory based, and also uses ideal components (except for inductor Q), internal stray coupling and distributed reactances will begin to undermine its design accuracy as the frequency increases. This can be somewhat mitigated by designing for a higher frequency than that desired, since the stray effects will naturally lower the filter s center frequency. Regardless of its limitations, this program is a musthave software tool for lumped filter design. LC Match, by RadioCom Corporation, is a free program available on the Web that lets the designer enter a circuit s source and load impedance, and then
Network extension plus mode, shown in the bottom part of Figure 18-1, is basically the same as network extension mode, except that the Easy VPN server does assign an internal address to the remote; however, this address is not used to perform PAT for internal addresses. Internal addresses (the remote inside network numbers) are sent natively across the tunnel; so, just as with network extension mode, each remote office needs a unique network number. The purpose of assigning an internal address to the hardware remote is to be able to remotely manage the remote through the tunnel by using tools like ping, telnet, SSH, and ASDM (if it s a 5505). This is necessary when the hardware remote uses a dynamic method to acquire an IP address for its external interface. For management purposes, you d typically not know what the address of the remote is unless someone were to log into it at the remote office and tell you what the remote public address is (assuming that it is a public address). Because you want to be able to always use the same internal IP address for the remote, you ll want to set up an AAA or local user account with an associated internal IP address that should always be used for the specific remote when it authenticates (this was discussed in 17). NOTE Because you are typically using private IP addresses in your addressing scheme at remote offices and you probably have the need to manage the hardware remote through the tunnel from the corporate site, most companies use network extension mode plus for hardware remotes.
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