The Pros and Cons of Dual-Band RF Amplifiers

In an effort to cover the relatively broad frequency ranges mandated by most modern EMC immunity standards, some amplifier vendors have resorted to combining two amplifier modules within a common enclosure. These so called dual-band amplifiers use frequency band switching to achieve an overall broader frequency band than either amplifier module could cover by itself. This application note will highlight both the benefits and drawbacks of this technique.

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The growth of low power, cost effective wireless systems is driving more applications to use ZigBee protocol. While for some of them, the signal needs to propagate over a short range, when covering a large building or operating outdoor over a wide range for example, the system may benefit from transmitting more power.

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