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Rf and microwave power amplifier design [electronic resource] /

por Grebennikov, Andrei [author.].
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroNúmero de ubicación: 621.39/5Editor: New York, N.Y. : McGraw-Hill Education LLC., c2015Edición: 2nd edition.Descripción: xv, 648 p. : ill., figs., tables.ISBN: 9780071828628 (print ISBN); 0071828621 (print ISBN).Materia(s): Power amplifiers | Microwave amplifiersRecursos en línea: Haga clic aquí para acceso en linea Also issued in online version.
Contenidos:
A. About the author -- B. Preface -- C. Acknowledgment -- 1. Two-port network parameters and passive elements -- Traditional network parameters -- Scattering parameters -- Interconnections of two-port networks -- Practical two-port networks -- Three-port network with common terminal -- Lumped elements -- Transmission line -- References -- 2. Nonlinear circuit design methods -- Frequency-domain analysis -- Time-domain analysis -- Newton-raphson algorithm -- Quasilinear method -- Harmonic balance method -- X-parameters -- References -- 3. Nonlinear active device modeling -- Power mosfets -- Mesfets and hemts -- Bjts and hbts -- References -- 4. Impedance matching -- Main principles -- Smith chart -- Matching with lumped elements -- Matching with transmission lines -- Types of transmission lines -- References -- 5. Power transformers, combiners, and couplers -- Basic properties -- Transmission-line transformers and combiners -- Baluns -- Wilkinson power dividers/combiners -- Branch-line hybrid couplers -- Coupled-line directional couplers -- References -- 6. Power amplifier design fundamentals -- Main characteristics -- Power gain and stability -- Stabilization circuit technique -- Basic classes of operation: a, ab, b, and c -- Load line and output impedance -- Classes of operation based on finite number of harmonics -- Mixed-mode class b and nonlinear effect of collector capacitance -- Load-pull characterization -- Linearity -- Push-pull and balanced power amplifiers -- Bias circuits -- Practical aspect of rf and microwave power amplifiers -- References -- 7. High-efficiency power amplifiers -- Overdriven class b -- Class-f circuit design -- Inverse class f -- Class e with shunt capacitance -- Class e with finite dc-feed inductance -- References -- 8. Broadband power amplifiers -- Bode-fano criterion -- Matching networks with lumped elements -- Matching networks with mixed lumped and distributed elements -- Matching networks with transmission lines -- Power amplifiers with lossy compensation networks -- Broadband class-e power amplifiers -- Practical broadband rf and microwave power amplifiers -- References -- 9. Linearization and efficiency enhancement techniques -- Feedforward amplifier architecture -- Predistortion linearization -- Outphasing power amplifiers -- Envelope tracking -- Switched-path and variable-load power amplifiers -- Monolithic hbt and cmos power amplifiers for handset applications -- References -- 10. High-efficiency doherty power amplifiers -- Historical aspect and conventional doherty architectures -- Efficiency improvement -- Asymmetric doherty amplifiers -- Multistage doherty amplifiers -- Inverted doherty amplifiers -- Integration -- Digitally driven doherty amplifier -- Multiband and broadband capability -- References.
Resumen: Provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage of RF and microwave power amplifier design. The book describes both existing and new schematic configurations, theoretical approaches, circuit simulation results, and implementation techniques.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

A. About the author -- B. Preface -- C. Acknowledgment -- 1. Two-port network parameters and passive elements -- Traditional network parameters -- Scattering parameters -- Interconnections of two-port networks -- Practical two-port networks -- Three-port network with common terminal -- Lumped elements -- Transmission line -- References -- 2. Nonlinear circuit design methods -- Frequency-domain analysis -- Time-domain analysis -- Newton-raphson algorithm -- Quasilinear method -- Harmonic balance method -- X-parameters -- References -- 3. Nonlinear active device modeling -- Power mosfets -- Mesfets and hemts -- Bjts and hbts -- References -- 4. Impedance matching -- Main principles -- Smith chart -- Matching with lumped elements -- Matching with transmission lines -- Types of transmission lines -- References -- 5. Power transformers, combiners, and couplers -- Basic properties -- Transmission-line transformers and combiners -- Baluns -- Wilkinson power dividers/combiners -- Branch-line hybrid couplers -- Coupled-line directional couplers -- References -- 6. Power amplifier design fundamentals -- Main characteristics -- Power gain and stability -- Stabilization circuit technique -- Basic classes of operation: a, ab, b, and c -- Load line and output impedance -- Classes of operation based on finite number of harmonics -- Mixed-mode class b and nonlinear effect of collector capacitance -- Load-pull characterization -- Linearity -- Push-pull and balanced power amplifiers -- Bias circuits -- Practical aspect of rf and microwave power amplifiers -- References -- 7. High-efficiency power amplifiers -- Overdriven class b -- Class-f circuit design -- Inverse class f -- Class e with shunt capacitance -- Class e with finite dc-feed inductance -- References -- 8. Broadband power amplifiers -- Bode-fano criterion -- Matching networks with lumped elements -- Matching networks with mixed lumped and distributed elements -- Matching networks with transmission lines -- Power amplifiers with lossy compensation networks -- Broadband class-e power amplifiers -- Practical broadband rf and microwave power amplifiers -- References -- 9. Linearization and efficiency enhancement techniques -- Feedforward amplifier architecture -- Predistortion linearization -- Outphasing power amplifiers -- Envelope tracking -- Switched-path and variable-load power amplifiers -- Monolithic hbt and cmos power amplifiers for handset applications -- References -- 10. High-efficiency doherty power amplifiers -- Historical aspect and conventional doherty architectures -- Efficiency improvement -- Asymmetric doherty amplifiers -- Multistage doherty amplifiers -- Inverted doherty amplifiers -- Integration -- Digitally driven doherty amplifier -- Multiband and broadband capability -- References.

Provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage of RF and microwave power amplifier design. The book describes both existing and new schematic configurations, theoretical approaches, circuit simulation results, and implementation techniques.

Also issued in online version.

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