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Maximizing output power from PLL synthesizer high-frequency open-collector outputs

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Theoretical relative output power compared to a 50 Ω pull-up resistor

Theoretical relative output power compared to a 50 Ω pull-up resistor

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3/13/2019 3:24:59 AM
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About the pull-up component
Hi Dean:

How about set the pull-up components as an inductor parallelled with a resistor for example 50 ohm. Choose the inductor value big enough at the working frequency to make the parallelled impedance is almost same as the resistor. And this added inductor will remove the DC voltage drop which could guarantee the output signal will have full voltage swing.

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