Superregeneration revisited: from principles to current applications
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Wireless communications play a central role in our modern connected lives; at the same time, they constitute a very broad and deep area of research. The elements that make wireless communications possible are a transmitter, which sends information through electromagnetic waves; a medium that is able to transport these waves; and, finally, a receiver, which extracts the information from the-usually very small-amount of energy it is able to collect from the medium.
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CitationPalà-Schönwälder, P. [et al.]. Superregeneration revisited: from principles to current applications. "IEEE microwave magazine", 1 Febrer 2020, vol. 21, núm. 2, p. 35-47.