High Efficiency RF/Microwave Power Amplifiers & Transmitters

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EMD Performance Materials

6555 Nancy Ridge Drive

Suite #200

San Diego, CA 92131

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We will explore several different modulated signal amplification techniques currently used in the industry as well as other techniques.

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The high data rates introduced by the fifth-generation (5G) cellular wireless represents unprecedented challenges for the transmit chain in a cellular-phone transceiver embedded in a cellular handset or base station. In fact, the high data rates create complex amplitude modulated signals with peak-to-average power ratios exceeding those from previous wireless generations. This causes any transmitter to operate under a very linear amplification range consuming a huge amount of electrical energy. In practical terms, this means the cellular handset or base station operates under very low efficiency conditions leading to a problematic heat dissipation, reliability issues, high operation cost and packaging challenges. In this talk, we will explore several different modulated signal amplification techniques currently used in the industry as well as techniques that have been regarded as research curiosities and are being resurrected from the past in order to increase the transmitter efficiency preserving the linearity requirements for modern communications systems.

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EMD Performance Materials

6555 Nancy Ridge Drive

Suite #200

San Diego, CA 92131

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