A novel method to design wideband power amplifier for wireless communication
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CitationKopru, R., Kuntman, H., & Yarman, B. S. (2013). A novel method to design wideband power amplifier for wireless communication. Paper presented at the 1942-1945. doi:10.1109/ISCAS.2013.6572248
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 (BJT, FET etc.) under consideration. Maximum Stable Gain Amplifier (MSGA) possesses higher gain than that of the constant or Flat Gain Amplifier (FGA) along the operating frequency band. Compared to FGA, it is this feature that makes MSGA high efficiency and low DC power consumption amplifier. Employing the proposed design method, a MSG power amplifier is constructed over the frequency band of 800-5200 MHz which can be utilized for GSM, UMTS, Wi-Fi and Wi-MAX applications.
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