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A novel method to design wideband power amplifier for wireless communication
A new approach is presented to design microwave amplifiers to deliver maximum output power using Simplified Real Frequency Technique (SRFT). Proposed method tracks the maximum stable gain (MSG) curve of the active device ...
2W Wideband Microwave PA Design for 824-2170 MHz Band Using Normalized Gain Function Method
In this work, we present the design of a 2W linear wideband microwave PA (power amplifier) targeted to operate in 824-2170 MHz mobile frequency range covering GSM850, EGSM, DCS, PCS and WCDMA. The design is basically based ...
Wideband bandpass filter design for X band horn antenna via numerical techniques
(IEEE Computer Society, 2015-11-30)
Design of an X band horn antenna and a wideband unit element microstrip bandpass filter (UEBPF) for this antenna are presented with satisfactory agreement between theoretical and simulation results. Numerical methods known ...
On numerical design technique of wideband microwave amplifiers based on GaN small-signal device model
This work presents an application of Normalized Gain Function (NGF) method to the design of linear wideband microwave amplifiers based on small-signal model of a device. NGF has been originally developed to be used together ...
A design technique of 50 Ω terminated bandpass matching network and its implementation to a Y-shaped monopole antenna matching
(Springer New York LLC, 2016-12)
In this paper, a 50 Ω terminated or in other words transformerless bandpass matching network design methodology and an implementation example are presented. The real frequency techniques are powerful numerical methods to ...
Novel Approach to Design Ultra Wideband Microwave Amplifiers: Normalized Gain Function Method
(SPOLECNOST PRO RADIOELEKTRONICKE INZENYRSTVI, 2013)
In this work, we propose a novel approach called "Normalized Gain Function (NGF) method" to design low/medium power single stage ultra wide band microwave amplifiers based on linear S parameters of the active device. ...