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A Novel Experimental Noise Power Ratio Characterization Method for Multicarrier Microwave Power Amplifiers
The linearity characterization of multicarrier power amplifiers in terms of Noise Power Ratio (NPR) is now well adopted. The use of an analog band pass noise source with a notch in the centerExpand
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Ka-band Coplanar Low-Noise Amplifier Design with Power PHEMTs
The design of a coplanar low-noise amplifier (LNA) is presented in this paper. Pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistors (PHEMTs), optimized for power applications, are used in order toExpand
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A new concept to cancel insertion phase variation in MMIC amplitude controller
A concept which keeps a very low insertion phase variation in an analog monolithic microwave IC (MMIC) amplitude controller is presented. This new approach, applicable to dual-gate FET (DGFET)Expand
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Ka-band coplanar low-noise amplifier design with power PHEMTs
The design of a coplanar lownoise amplifier (LNA) is presented in this paper. Pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistors (PHEMTs), optimized for power applications, are used in order toExpand
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A Ku-band active antenna program
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A Very Flat Variable Gain Amplifier MMIC for C-Band Satellite Receiver
This paper describes the design, the realization, and the performance of two versions of an analog C-band GaAs variable gain amplifier module suitable to application in C-band satellite receiver.Expand
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Optimal Design of Solid State Multicarrier Power Amplifiers:
Designing power amplifier for modern comunication systems is a challenging topic. A new design methodology for multicarrier power amplifiers (MCPA) is described which is based on an objectiveExpand
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A non quasi-static non-linear P-HEMT model operating up to millimetric frequencies
This paper presents a non-linear p-HEMT model taking into account the non quasi-static currents and charges variations versus Vgs and Vds to predict accurate behaviour of the devices up toExpand
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GaAs MMIC control functions for 3.7-4.2 GHz band active antenna
This paper describes the realization of gain and phase control function in GaAs microwave monolithic integrated circuit (mmic.). The measured performances are successfully compared with simulationExpand
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