Push-push oscillator configuration via harmonic-balance computer simulation and test measurement is the focus of this article series (see footnote at end of article). Specifically, it lays out basic oscillator theory of generated negative resistance and analyzes the common-collector, single-stage oscillator, which is subsequently utilized as a basic building block of the push-push oscillator configuration (that will be covered in the upcoming part 2).
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