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Thread: Help! Single side mixer CMOS
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The standard approach is to create SSB at a more manageable (much lower)
frequency, then heterodyne it up to the final frequency. There must be an
RF/microwave discussion group somewhere...

Mike Hardwick
Decade Engineering

http://www.decadenet.com


>Thank you for your mail. There is no problem with filtering. However, in
>this case since the frequency is too close (10GHz and 10.5GHz), they are not
>too far apart, so if I filter the one, the filteration of the other is
>automatic! Any hints?! (other method would probably do the trick...)

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