CLASS E SWITCHING-MODE RF POWER AMPLIFIERS - LOW POWER DISSIPATION, LOW SENSITIVITY TO COMPONENT TOLERANCES (INCLUDING TRANSISTORS), AND WELL-DEFINED OPERATION.

Nathan O. Sokal, Alan D. Sokal

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    Class E switching-mode RF power amplifiers offer high efficiency (consequently low power dissipation, low junction temperature and high reliability) and low sensitivity to component tolerances, including transistor characteristics (consequently manufacturing reproducibility). Circuit operation is well-defined and predictable; measured performance agrees with design calculations to within measurement error.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    JournalAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers (Paper)
    StatePublished - 1800

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    Measurement errors
    Power amplifiers
    Energy dissipation
    Transistors
    Networks (circuits)
    Temperature

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    • Mechanical Engineering

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