 Voltage and Current Intercept Points Are Generally More Useful Than Intercept Points In Terms Of Power In IC Design.
 Voltage and Current Intercepts Do Not Rely on a Reference Impedance.
 The Choice of Voltage or Current Intercept Depends On How The Device Is Driven.
 A Voltage Amplifier or Transconductance Stage is Voltage Driven So A Voltage Intercept Should Be Used. The Output of The Transconductance Stage is A Current But Only The Difference In IMD Levels With Respect to The Fundamental is Important. The Conversion From Voltage to Current is Irrelevant.
 In the Same Way, A Transimpedance Stage is Current Driven With an Output Voltage So In Input Intercept Current Should Be Used.
 External Points That Are Referenced to A Well Defined Real Load Such as An Antenna or Generator Should Retain a Power Reference.


