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Young, D. , Burrus, C. , and Shaw, R. C. High efficiency millimeter-wave tunneldiode oscillators. Proc. IEEE 52, 1260-1261 (1964). 28. Wright, M. L. Octave range voltage-tuned tunnel diode oscillator. Proc. IEEE 52, 442 (1964). 29. Fortgang, M. , and Hinding, H. J. Wide-band varactor-tuned tunnel-diode oscillators. Proc. IEEE 52, 419-420 (1964). 30. Wright, M. L. Wide-range garnet-tuned tunnel-diode oscillator. Proc. IEEE 52, 631 (1964). 31. Kotzebue, K. L. A wide-range, electronically-tuned tunnel diode microwave oscillator.
1 mw at a gain compression of 3 db. Presser  has developed a broad-band, large-dynamic-range, S-band 2-stage amplifier for phased-array applications. The first stage of this amplifier uses a 4-ma Ge diode, and the second stage uses an 8-ma GaAs diode. 1 mw. The interdemodulation cross products for Presser's amplifier are shown in Fig. 22. Push-pull amplifiers for phased array applications have been developed by Lee and his co-workers [47a]. 8 ma Ge diode. These improvements were achieved without any deterioration in noise figure.
3rd Quart. Rep. Contr. NObsr. 89328 Phase II, Gen. Elec. (1966). 47b. Okean, H. C. Integrated microwave tunnel diode device. Intern. , Palo Alto, California, 196 pp. 135-140(1966). 48. Pucel, R. A. Theory of the Esaki diode frequency converter. Solid-State Electron. 3, 167-207(1961). 49. Kim, C. S. Tunnel-diode converter analysis. IRE, Trans. Electron Devices 8, 394-405 (1961). 50. , and Presser, A. Stable low-noise tunnel-diode frequency converters. RCA Rev. 23, 3-28 (1962). 50a. Chisholm, S. H.
Advances in Microwaves by Leo Young (Eds.)