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Resonator Selection - some questions

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redhat

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Resonator Selection

how to choose which type of resonator to use? LC-dielectric-coaxial.... and what will be the difference between 2 element LC and 3 element resonator? (i don't mean in the connection).

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Re: Resonator Selection

Hi,

resonator choice usually revolves around the Q required....

RLC, LC have limited Q... and values required may not be readily available.

Dielectric resonators have very high Q and you can buy these at the freq u need. But they may be more costly if u only need a few...

All voice down to the basic engineering problem: trade-offs... cost vs stability vs ease of implementation.

Hope this helps!
 

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Re: Resonator Selection

Hi ,gecky.How are u?
e,e, In my VCO design,i choose coaxial resonator.cheap and low phase noise.
 

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Resonator Selection

microstrip resonator is cheapest
 

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Resonator Selection

It largely depend on the frequency and Q factor you needed.
 

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