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49d shows a signal spectrum in the mode of pedestal noisiness in a wide frequency range of tuning outs, including the ranges of Doppler and intermediate frequencies of tuning outs from the carrier frequency. 49e–g shows spectra of pseudonoise broadband signals of various kinds. In Fig. 49h–m, equidistant frequency spectra in various modes of noisiness are shown. In Fig. 49n–q, various spectra of broadband pseudonoise signals are given. 49r shows a spectrum of white noise in the frequency range of 10 MHz– 40 GHz with an integral power of 50 mW at an efficiency D 45%.
Experimental dependences of the fundamental frequency 0 and the harmonic components 1 , 2 on the magnetic field H0 at various levels of continuous 36 1 Spectra of Regular and Noise Signals Fig. 55 Experimental dependences of the fundamental frequency 0 and the harmonic components 1 , 2 on the magnetic field H0 at various levels of continuous integral output power (Pout D 0:05 W) integral output power are given in: Fig. 55 – Pout D 0:05 W; Fig. 56 – Pout D 1:0 W; and Fig. 57 – Pout D 3:6 W.
22, an oscillator on a bipolar magnetotransistor with a common FMCR base in the saturated linear mode, controlled by a magnetic field H 0 , is shown. 23, a multifunction frequency synthesizer (an equidistant frequency spectrum oscillator) on a bipolar magnetotransistor with FMCR in the nonlinear, transient mode with controlled parameters (equidistance, the central frequencies and phases of all the harmonic and subharmonic components, control of the noise level of spectral components and transition into the pseudonoise and noise signals with a nonuniform and uniform (white noise) spectral density of noise power) is shown.