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Load-Pull Techniques with Applications to Power Amplifier Design

by Ghannouchi, Fadhel M.
Authors: Hashmi, Mohammad S.%author. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: Springer Series in Advanced Microelectronics, 1437-0387 ; . 32 Physical details: XIV, 234 p. 181 illus. online resource. ISBN: 9400744617 Subject(s): Physics. | Microwaves. | Physics. | Applied and Technical Physics. | Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering. | Solid State Physics. | Electronic Circuits and Devices.
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1 Fundamentals -- 2 Passive Load-Pull Systems -- 3 Active Load-Pull Systems -- 4 Six-Port Based Load-Pull System -- 5 High-Power Load-Pull Systems -- 6 Envelope Load-Pull System -- 7 Waveform Measurement and Engineering -- 8 Advanced Configurations and Applications -- Authors -- About the Book -- Index.

This first book on load-pull systems is intended for readers with a broad knowledge of high frequency transistor device characterization, nonlinear and linear microwave measurements, RF power amplifiers and transmitters. Load-Pull Techniques with Applications to Power Amplifier Design fulfills the demands of users, designers, and researchers both from industry and academia who have felt the need of a book on this topic. It presents a comprehensive reference spanning different load-pull measurement systems, waveform measurement and engineering systems, and associated calibration procedures for accurate large signal characterization. Besides, this book also provides in-depth practical considerations required in the realization and usage of load-pull and waveform engineering systems. In addition, it also provides procedure to design application specific load-pull setup and includes several case studies where the user can customize architecture of load-pull setups to meet any specific measurement requirements. Furthermore, the materials covered in this book can be part of a full semester graduate course on microwave device characterization and power amplifier design.

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