Microwave Hilbert Transformer and its Applications in Real-time Analog Processing (RAP)

21 Aug 2018  ·  Wang Xiaoyi, Deck-Léger Zoé-Lise, Zou Lianfeng, Azaña José, Caloz Christophe ·

A microwave Hilbert transformer is introduced as a new component for Real-time Analog Processing (RAP). In contrast to its optical counterpart, that resort to optical fiber gratings, this Hilbert transformer is based on the combination of a branch-line coupler and a loop resonator... The transfer function of the transformer is derived using signal flow graphs, and two figures of merits are introduced to effectively characterize the device: the rotated phase and the transition bandwidth. Moreover, a detailed physical explanation of its physical operation is given, using both a steady-state regime perspective and a transient regime perspective. The microwave RAP Hilbert transformer is demonstrated experimentally, and demonstrated in three applications: edge detection, peak suppression and single sideband modulation. read more

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