280-420 GHz Receiver Homepage
345 GHz RF matching network and Junction.
J.W. Kooi, P.L. Schaffer, B. Bumble, R. LeDuc, and
Proceedings International Society of Optical Engineers, Kona, Hawaii, March 1998.
J. W. Kooi , M. Chan, B. Bumble, and T. G. Phillips,
Int. J. IR and MM Waves, vol. 15, No. 5, May 1994.
Waveguide Mixer Information
345 GHz Receiver Tuning Information:
Frequency response of the 345 GHz receiver at the CSO (10.5K).
I/V Curve and Total Power response with two different B-field settings (14K).
Local Oscillator requirement for the 345 GHz receiver (7.9K).
Instantaneous bandwidth of the 345 GHz Receiver (9.2K).
Mixer Conversion loss and Receiver (mixer) noise temperature at 376 GHz (10.3K).
345 GHz 'end-loaded stub' RF matching network and junction (shown above) (40K).
RF Power transmission for a 40 ohm Embeding impedance (6.8K).
Junction RF Input Impedance (Smith Chart) (18.6K).
Mixer Block Information
Close up view of the 345 mixer block, perspective 1 (151K).
Close up view of the 345 mixer block, perspective 2 (147K).
Split mixer block showing junction, horn block, and lens (152K).
345 and 650 mixer blocks side by side (102K)
Close-up view of 345 and 650 mixers mounted in Cryostat (213K)
General view of 345 and 650 mixers mounted in Cryostat (202K)
Top detailed view of the 345/665 Cryostat (154.4K)
Top General view of the 345/665 Cryostat (216.6K)