High efficiency 220 GHz frequency doubler based on discrete Schottky diodes
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TIAN Yao-Ling Microsystem and Terahertz Research CenterChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsChengdu 610200China
Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China 
272036657@qq.com 
MIAO Li Microsystem and Terahertz Research CenterChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsChengdu 610200China
Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China 
 
HUANG Kun Microsystem and Terahertz Research CenterChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsChengdu 610200China
Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China 
 
JIANG Jun Microsystem and Terahertz Research CenterChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsChengdu 610200China
Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China 
 
CEN Ji-Na Microsystem and Terahertz Research CenterChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsChengdu 610200China
Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China 
 
HAO Hai-Long Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China  
HE Yue Microsystem and Terahertz Research CenterChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsChengdu 610200China
Institute of Electronic EngineeringChina Academy of Engineering PhysicsMianyang 621900China 
272036657@qq.com 
Abstract:A high efficiency 220 GHz frequency doubler based on discrete diodes is presented in this paper. This doubler is realized with a 50-μm-thick, 450-μm-wide, and 2.7-mm-long quartz substrate. The conversion efficiency is better than 16% over the frequency range from 214 to 226 GHz with pumping power of 46.4~164 mW at the indoor temperature. A peak output power of 32mW at 218 GHz with an input power of 161 mW, and several frequency points with efficiency high than 20% are realized. This doubler can act as the pumping stage of the 660 GHz multiplier chain.
keywords:220 GHz  balanced doubler  Schottky  model
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