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- RF power detector design with temperature compensation for power amplifiers bias control
The main objective of this book is to present all relevant information required for RF and microwave power amplifier design, including well-known historical and recent novel schematic configuration, theoretical approaches, circuit simulation results, and practical implementation techniques.
RF power detector design with temperature compensation for power amplifiers bias control
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Design and Control of RF Power Amplifiers investigates various architectures and concepts for the design and control of radio-frequency RF power amplifiers. This book covers merits and challenges of integrating RF power amplifiers in various technologies, and introduces a number of RF power amplifier performance metrics. It provides a thorough review of various power amplifier topologies, followed by a description of approaches and architectures for the control and linearization of these amplifiers.
With the development of communication technologies, the use of wireless systems in biomedical implanted devices has become very useful. Bio-implantable devices are electronic devices which are used for treatment and monitoring brain implants, pacemakers, cochlear implants, retinal implants and so on. The inductive coupling link is used to transmit power and data between the primary and secondary sides of the biomedical implanted system, in which efficient power amplifier is very much needed to ensure the best data transmission rates and low power losses. However, the efficiency of the implanted devices depends on the circuit design, controller, load variation, changes of radio frequency coil's mutual displacement and coupling coefficients. This paper provides a comprehensive survey on various power amplifier classes and their characteristics, efficiency and controller techniques that have been used in bio-implants.
Depending on the changes it makes to the input signal, amplifiers are broadly classified into Current, Voltage and Power amplifiers. In this article we will learn about power amplifiers in detail. A power amplifier is an electronic amplifier designed to increase the magnitude of power of a given input signal. The power of the input signal is increased to a level high enough to drive loads of output devices like speakers, headphones, RF transmitters etc. The input signal to a power amplifier needs to be above a certain threshold.
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