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Reconfigurable GaAs MMIC Power Amplifier Design Methodology Using a Tunable Interstage Network

A tunable matching network (MN) integrated into the interstage of a two-stage power amplifier (PA) to provide the capability for center frequency tuning is described. The tunable π-section interstage topology is used to match the first and second ...

April 9, 2011
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The next generation of wireless applications requires tunable or reconfigurable components to realize multifunctional RF systems. In current broadband RF systems, filtering dominates size and cost. 1,2 These filters are not tunable and hence limit the usable frequency range of most RF front-ends. An alternative to the use of...
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