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Feedback linearization of RF power amplifiers

by Joel L. Dawson

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Published by Kluwer in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Power amplifiers,
  • Amplifiers, Radio frequency,
  • Feedback (Electronics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [127]-131) and index.

    StatementJoel L. Dawson, Thomas H. Lee.
    ContributionsLee, Thomas H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7871.58.P6 D39 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 134 p. :
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3327388M
    ISBN 101402080611
    LC Control Number2004301670
    OCLC/WorldCa55740233

    Power Amplifier Linearity Linearity is a critical characteristic of an RF power amplifier (PA). Linearity of a PA is dependent on its conduction angle, the fraction of the signal cycle during which current flows through the load. Based on this conduction angle, power amplifiers are categorized in four essential classes: A, B, AB, and Size: 1MB. Feedback Linearization of RF Power Amplifiers introduces new techniques for overcoming the challenges faced by the designer of a Cartesian feedback system. The theory of the new techniques are described and analyzed in detail. The book culminates with the results of the first known fully integrated Cartesian feedback power amplifier system.

    Predistortion Linearization (RFPAL) Predistortion Linearization (RFPAL) Our RF Power Linearizer (RFPAL) devices feature a programmable analog signal processing architecture that effectively combines digital programmability with the simplicity, small size, and low power consumption of . 8a. FEEDBACK Feedback linearization can be applied either directly around the RF amplifier (RF feedback) or indirectly upon the modulation (envelope, phase, or I and Q components). RF Feedback The basis of this technique is similar to its audio-frequency counterpart. A portion of the RF-output signal from the amplifier is fed back to, and.

    Frequency-offset Cartesian feedback allows high flexibility in the choice of feedback control signal, including the power amplifier output current or voltage, or, the RF coil current. This flexibility, in turn, translates into the applicability of the linearization method to MRI parallel transmit by: POWER AMPLIFIER LINEARIZATION IMPLEMENTATION USING A FIELD PROGRAMMABLE GATE ARRAY September ABILASH MENON B.S., E&C,. KERALA UNIVERSITY, TRIVANDRUM M.S.E.C.E, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST Directed by: Dr Dennis Goeckel The emphasis on higher data rates, spectral efficiency and cost reduction hasCited by: 1.


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Despite its compelling, fundamental advantages, the technique has not enjoyed widespread acceptance because of. The principle is best illustrated mathematically. Consider that the nonlinear transfer characteristic of any device can be expanded as the Taylor series f36 FEEDBACK LINEARIZATION OF RF POWER AMPLIFIERS where is the total output current, is the bias output current, and is the signal input voltage.

Feedback Linearization of RF Power Amplifiers Author: Joel L. Dawson, Thomas H. Lee Published by Springer US ISBN: DOI: /b Table of Contents: Introduction Optimal Allocation of Local Feedback in Multistage Amplifiers The Problem of Linearization Phase Alignment in Cartesian Feedback Systems.

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Despite its compelling, fundamental advantages, the technique has not enjoyed widespread acceptance because of certain implementation difficulties.5/5(1).

Linearization of RF power amplifiers is surveyed, reviewed and analyzed. Cartesian feedback is specifically presented as an effective means of linearizing an efficient yet non-linear power amplifier.

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Despite its compelling, fundamental advantages, the technique has not enjoyed widespread acceptance because of certain implementation difficulties. RF Predistortion of Power Amplifiers. Active linearization has become an important technology in modern communications systems.

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