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mixer, it also mixes with the LO to form an IF signal at 100 MHz. If the receiver using the mixer covers only a narrow RF frequency range, the image frequency would be eliminated by the input RF lter of the receiver and would not be a problem. Note, however, that there is noise at all frequencies in the receiver and this noise is not affected by the RF lter that is at the receiver input. This noise is shown by the shaded bar in Figure 24.5. This image noise is shifted down to the IF frequency and doubles the noise in the IF band that competes with the signal. The solution to the image noise problem is to add another RF lter, which is similar to the input RF lter, between the LNA and the mixer, as shown.
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Signi cance to Wireless System Performance The performance of the lter is determined by how well it passes the desired signal without unwanted attenuation (passband insertion loss), as well as by how well the lter stops unwanted signals (out of band rejection). Generic Procedure Steps to perform the measurements are listed in the following table. The left column lists the actions to be performed, and the right column lists the motivation for taking each step and provides additional background information in some cases. The instructions are intended to be generic across most network analyzer models.
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