|نویسنده: Xuejun Zhang , Lawrence E. Larson , Peter Asbeck||ISBN-10: 1580533744|
|ناشر: Artech House||ISBN-13: 978-1580533744|
|ویرایش: ویرایش اول||تاریخ انتشار: March 2003|
|تعداد صفحات: 218||رتبه فروش در سایت آمازون: #269 در دسته ی Radar|
|فرمت کتاب: PDF||#440 در دسته ی Microwaves|
|کیفیت صفحات: اصلی||#894 در دسته ی Design|
خلاصه ای از کتاب:
This is the first book devoted exclusively to the outphasing power amplifier, covering the most recent research results on important aspects in practical design and applications. A compilation of all the proposed outphasing approaches, this is an important resource for engineers designing base station and mobile handset amplifiers, engineering managers and program managers supervising power amplifier designs, and R&D personnel in industry. The work enables you to: design microwave power amplifiers with higher efficiency and improved linearity at a lower cost; understand linearity and performance tradeoffs in microwave power amplifiers; and understand the effect of new modulation techniques on microwave power amplifiers.
Xuejun Zhang is senior engineer at Qualcomm Inc. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of California, San Diego, an M.S. in electro-optics from the National University of Singapore, and a B.S. in semiconductor physics from Peking University, China. He has published extensively.
Lawrence E. Larson is director of the Center for Wireless Communications at the University of California, San Diego and past CWC Industry Chair Professor in Wireless Communications, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. A Fellow of the IEEE, he has conducted numerous research and development projects at Hughes Research Laboratories and Hughes Network Systems. He holds an M.B.A. and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, an M. Eng. and B.S. in electrical engineering from Cornell University, New York.
Peter M. Asbeck is a professor of Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California, San Diego and has done extensive work at Philips Laboratories and the Rockwell International Science Center as principal scientist, technical staff member, researcher and teacher. He holds a Ph.D., M.S. and B.S. in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a Fellow of the IEEE.