Introduction to RF Power Amplifier Design and Simulation by Abdullah Eroglu

By Abdullah Eroglu

Introduction to RF energy Amplifier layout and Simulation fills a spot within the current literature via delivering step by step tips for the layout of radio frequency (RF) energy amplifiers, from analytical formula to simulation, implementation, and size. that includes a variety of illustrations and examples of real-world engineering purposes, this book:

  • Gives an summary of intermodulation and elaborates at the distinction among linear and nonlinear amplifiers
  • Describes the high-frequency version and temporary features of metal–oxide–semiconductor field-effect transistors
  • Details energetic gadget modeling ideas for transistors and parasitic extraction tools for energetic devices
  • Explores community and scattering parameters, resonators, matching networks, and instruments similar to the Smith chart
  • Covers power-sensing units together with four-port directional couplers and new different types of reflectometers
  • Presents RF filter out designs for strength amplifiers in addition to software examples of detailed filter out types
  • Demonstrates using computer-aided layout (CAD) instruments, enforcing systematic layout techniques

Blending thought with perform, Introduction to RF energy Amplifier layout and Simulation provides engineers, researchers, and RF/microwave engineering scholars with a priceless source for the production of effective, better-performing, low-profile, high-power RF amplifiers.

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32, respectively. 31 Typical load line for class B amplifiers. 32 Typical drain-to-source voltage and drain current for class B amplifiers. The maximum efficiency for class B amplifier occurs when Vm = VDC. 3 Class AB In class B mode of operation, amplifier efficiency is sacrificed for linearity. When it is desirable to have an amplifier with better efficiency than the class A amplifier, and yet better linearity than the class B amplifier, then class AB is chosen as a compromise. The conduction angle for the class AB amplifier is between 180° and 360°.

36, respectively. 2 Switch-Mode Amplifiers—Classes D, E, and F Class A, AB, and B amplifiers have been used for linear applications where amplitude modulation (AM), single-sideband modulation, and quadrate AM might be required. Classes C, D, E, and F are usually implemented for narrow band-tuned amplifiers when high efficiency is desired with high power. Classes A, B, AB, and C are operated as transconductance amplifiers, and the mode of operation depends on the conduction angle. 22. In theory, power dissipation in the transistor can be totally eliminated, and hence, 100% efficiency can be achieved for switching-mode amplifiers.

Class B amplifiers can be implemented as a single-ended amplifier when narrow band is required or transformed coupled push–pull configuration when high linear output power is desired. 32, respectively. 31 Typical load line for class B amplifiers. 32 Typical drain-to-source voltage and drain current for class B amplifiers. The maximum efficiency for class B amplifier occurs when Vm = VDC. 3 Class AB In class B mode of operation, amplifier efficiency is sacrificed for linearity. When it is desirable to have an amplifier with better efficiency than the class A amplifier, and yet better linearity than the class B amplifier, then class AB is chosen as a compromise.

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