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Industry News / Amplifiers / Semiconductors / Integrated Circuits / Software & CAD / Subsystems and Systems

A Novel Adaptive Feedforward Amplifier Using an Analog Controller

A novel adaptive design for a feedforward amplifier linearizer with an analog controller is proposed in this article. Compared with previous adaptive linearizing methods, this new design does not require any pilot signal or intentional signal distortio...

April 1, 2003
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For the third-generation (3G) mobile radio standards, a very high linearity transmitter that can support high crest factor signals is necessary. High linearity and high efficiency are critical issues in amplifier design. In fact, as the power amplifier operates close to the saturation region where both high efficiency and...
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