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A new Doherty amplifier configuration with an intrinsically broadband characteristic is presented based on the synthesis of key ideas derived from the analyses of the load modulation concept and the conventional Doherty amplifier. Important building blocks to implement the proposed Doherty amplifier structure are outlined, which include the quasi-lumped(More)
In this paper, we propose a novel real-valued time-delay neural network (RVTDNN) suitable for dynamic modeling of the baseband nonlinear behaviors of third-generation (3G) base-station power amplifiers (PA). Parameters (weights and biases) of the proposed model are identified using the back-propagation algorithm, which is applied to the input and output(More)
This correspondence proposes a new technique for accurate estimation and compensation for I/Q imbalance in modulators and demodulators used in direct-conversion radio transmitters. This technique uses the actual in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) components of the modulated signals at the input and output of the transmitter-under-test for adaptive(More)
this paper proposes novel dual-band matching network, suitable for the design of integrated concurrent dual band power amplifier in a multi-standard radiofrequency frontend. The effectiveness of the proposed dual band matching network was demonstrated through the implementation of a power amplifier operating at 2.4GHz and 3.5GHz in IBM 0.13µm CMOS(More)
This paper expounds a three-way Doherty power amplifier (3W-DPA) as a solution to the need for high-efficiency wideband power amplifiers when driven by multi-standard signals. The paper begins with a theoretical analysis of 3W-DPA architecture from which the governing equations are derived. This analysis enables the identification of circuit parameters for(More)
This paper proposes a new broadband saturated power amplifier (SPA) with a distributed second harmonic termination supporting multi-band/multi-mode operation. The proposed network is composed of a fundamental matching circuit and multiple second harmonic termination circuits. Due to the multiple harmonic terminations, the proposed PA improves the frequency(More)
In this paper, an augmented lookup-table-based Hammerstein predistorter is proposed for the first time in order to further improve the pre-correction capability of the traditional Hammerstein predistorter in the context of broad-band high-power wireless transmitters. The predistorter scheme consists of two separate modules, and its parameters are determined(More)
This paper investigates the virtues of the asymmetrical Doherty power amplifier (PA) for improving the average power efficiency, linearity, and peak envelope power. It commences with an in-depth study of the effects of increasing the size of the peaking amplifier's transistor and its conduction angle on the Doherty PA's RF performance. In particular, the(More)
In this paper, a novel extended Hammerstein model is presented to accurately mimic the dynamic nonlinearity of wideband RF power amplifiers (RFPAs). Starting with a conventional Hammerstein model scheme, which fails to predict the behavior of the RFPA with short-term memory effects, two areas of improvements were sought and found to allow for substantial(More)
In this paper, a robust modeling technique for memoryless wide-band radio frequency transmitters using a dynamic exponential weighted moving average algorithm is developed and tested. To improve the relatively limited accuracy of the conventional Wiener model in predicting the response of dynamic nonlinear transmitters, a new augmented Wiener model is(More)