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Switchmode RF power amplifiers

Author: Andrei Grebennikov; Nathan O Sokal
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Newnes, ©2007.
Series: Communications engineering series.
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A majority of people now have a digital mobile device whether it be a cell phone, laptop, or blackberry. Now that we have the mobility we want it to be more versatile and dependable; RF power amplifiers accomplish just that. These amplifiers take a small input and make it stronger and larger creating a wider area of use with a more robust signal. Switching mode RF amplifiers have been theoretically possible for  Read more...
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Grebennikov, Andrei, 1956-
Switchmode RF power amplifiers.
Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Newnes, ©2007
(DLC) 2007017121
(OCoLC)137324976
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andrei Grebennikov; Nathan O Sokal
ISBN: 9780750679626 075067962X 9780080550640 0080550649
OCLC Number: 162593827
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 424 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover --
Table of Contents --
About Andrei Grebennikov --
About Nathan O. Sokal --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Chapter 1: Power-Amplifier Design Principles --
1.1 Spectral-Domain Analysis --
1.2 Basic Classes of Operation: A, AB, B, and C --
1.3 Active Device Models --
1.4 High-Frequency Conduction Angle --
1.5 Nonlinear Effect of Collector Capacitance --
1.6 Push-Pull Power Amplifiers --
1.7 Power Gain and Stability --
1.8 Parametric Oscillations --
References --
Chapter 2: Class-D Power Amplifiers --
2.1 Switched-Mode Power Amplifiers with Resistive Load --
2.2 Complementary Voltage-Switching Configuration --
2.3 Transformer-Coupled Voltage-Switching Configuration --
2.4 Symmetrical Current-Switching Configuration --
2.5 Transformer-Coupled Current-Switching Configuration --
2.6 Voltage-Switching Configuration with Reactive Load --
2.7 Drive and Transition Time --
2.8 Practical Class-D Power Amplifier Implementation --
References --
Chapter 3: Class-F Power Amplifiers --
3.1 Biharmonic Operation Mode --
3.2 Idealized Class-F Mode --
3.3 Class F with Maximally Flat Waveforms --
3.4 Class F with Quarter-wave Transmission Line --
3.5 Effect of Saturation Resistance and Shunt Capacitance --
3.6 Load Networks with Lumped Elements --
3.7 Load Networks with Transmission Lines --
3.8 LDMOSFET Power-Amplifier Design Examples --
3.9 Practical RF and Microwave Class-F Power Amplifiers --
References --
Chapter 4: Inverse Class F --
4.1 Biharmonic Operation Mode --
4.2 Idealized Inverse Class-F Mode --
4.3 Inverse Class F with Quarter-wave Transmission Line --
4.4 Load Networks with Lumped Elements --
4.5 Load Networks with Transmission Lines --
4.6 LDMOSFET Power-Amplifier Design Examples --
4.7 Practical Implementation --
References --
Chapter 5: Class E with Shunt Capacitance --
5.1 Effect of Detuned Resonant Circuit --
5.2 Load Network with Shunt Capacitor and Series Filter --
5.3 Matching with Standard Load --
5.4 Effect of Saturation Resistance --
5.5 Driving Signal and Finite Switching Time --
5.6 Effect of Nonlinear Shunt Capacitance --
5.7 Push-Pull Operation Mode --
5.8 Load Network with Transmission Lines --
5.9 Practical RF and Microwave Class-E Power Amplifiers and Applications --
References --
Chapter 6: Class E with Finite dc-Feed Inductance --
6.1 Class E with One Capacitor and One Inductor --
6.2 Generalized Class-E Load Network with Finite dc-Feed Inductance --
6.3 Subharmonic Class E --
6.4 Parallel-Circuit Class E --
6.5 Even-Harmonic Class E --
6.6 Effect of Bondwire Inductance --
6.7 Load Network with Transmission Lines --
6.8 Broadband Class E --
6.9 Power Gain --
6.10 CMOS Class-E Power Amplifiers --
References --
Chapter 7: Class E with Quarter-wave Transmission Line --
7.1 Load Network with Parallel Quarter-wave Line --
7.2 Optimum Load Network Parameters --
7.3 Load Network with Zero Series Reactance --
7.4 Matching Circuit with Lumped Elements --
7.5 Matching Circui.
Series Title: Communications engineering series.
Responsibility: Andrei Grebennikov, Nathan O. Sokal.
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