A novel crossed dipole structure for quasi-optical frequency doubler applications

CS Helbing, MJ Cryan, F Alimenti, P Mezzanotte, L Roselli, R Sorrentino

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Abstract

The Lumped Element Finite Difference Time Domain (LE-FDTD) method is used to analyse a novel structure based on crossed dipoles for quasi-optical frequency multipliers. It uses four diodes in a balanced configuration to reduce the coupling between the two branches of the dipole cross. Also, the necessary DC path is included in a simple way within the structure
Translated title of the contributionA novel crossed dipole structure for quasi-optical frequency doubler applications
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication29th European Microwave Conference 1999, Munich, Germany
PublisherMicrowave Eng. Eur
Pages193 - 196
Number of pages4
Volume2
ISBN (Print)0862131529
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 1999

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