Power efficient transceivers to enable energy-efficient mobile radio systems

@article{Ferling2010PowerET,
  title={Power efficient transceivers to enable energy-efficient mobile radio systems},
  author={Dieter Ferling and Thomas Bitzer and Thomas Bohn and Dirk Wiegner and Andreas Pascht},
  journal={Bell Labs Technical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={59-76}
}
The expected development of energy-efficient mobile radio communication systems will be based on appropriate power-efficient base station transceivers. For this purpose, we propose a transceiver with a minimized power consumption obtained by advanced power amplification units, since they are a major cause of power dissipation in mobile systems. Appropriate semiconductor technologies, amplifier concepts, and suitable signal conditioning techniques assure the energy savings. Measures to adapt the… CONTINUE READING

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