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Power amplifiers and transmitters for RF and microwave

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8 Author(s)
F. H. Raab ; Green Mountain Radio Res., Colchester, VT, USA ; P. Asbeck ; S. Cripps ; P. B. Kenington
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The generation of RF/microwave power is required not only in wireless communications, but also in applications such as jamming, imaging, RF heating, and miniature dc/dc converters. Each application has its own unique requirements for frequency, bandwidth, load, power, efficiency, linearity, and cost. RF power is generated by a wide variety of techniques, implementations, and active devices. Power amplifiers are incorporated into transmitters in a similarly wide variety of architectures, including linear, Kalm, envelope tracking, outphasing, and Doherty. Linearity can be improved through techniques such as feedback, feedforward, and predistortion

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IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques  (Volume:50 ,  Issue: 3 )
IEEE RFIC Virtual Journal
IEEE RFID Virtual Journal