RF frequency multiplier
Frequency multipliers are used to derive from an input signal having an input frequency an output signal having an output frequency greater than the input frequency of the input signal. Frequency multiplier circuits have a wide variety of uses, especially in generating high frequency signals. For example, the manipulation of frequencies in the audio and radio frequency spectrum is often useful. A frequency multiplier generates an output signal whose frequency is a multiple of the frequency of the input signal. To directly generate relatively high power output signals at higher frequencies within the radio frequency (RF) range, parametric frequency multipliers are often connected to power sources generating the desired power levels at lower frequencies. The power composed type frequency multiplier is used for a local oscillator or a multiplier of a transmitting radio frequency (RF) in the microwave or millimeter wavelength range.
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