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Analysis and Simulation of Memory Effects on Microwave Power Amplifier

  title={Analysis and Simulation of Memory Effects on Microwave Power Amplifier},
  author={Jingchang Nan and Jiu-chao Li},
Analysis and simulation the existence of electrical memory effects and thermal memory effects in different spacing two-tone input signal and modulated signal source through advanced design system (ADS) software simulation, respectively. Built thermal memory effects compensation circuit in the ADS environment to confirm the compensation circuit has a good compensation to the thermal memory effects. Created an adaptive digital baseband predistortion system, take the power amplifier memory model… 

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