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am·pli·fi·er

(am'pli-fī'ĕr),
1. A device that increases the magnification of a microscope.
2. An electronic apparatus that increases the strength of input signals.

am·pli·fi·er

(am'pli-fī'ĕr)
1. A device that increases the magnification of a microscope.
2. An electronic apparatus that increases the strength of input signals.
See also: klystron, magnetron
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This leakage causes deterioration in the operational performance of the power amplifier. Normally, it is possible to reduce current leakage by placing a barrier layer beneath the channel layer, but in that case the amount of two dimensional electron gas also decreases, and leads to a reduction of the drain current.
The newly proposed Class-F power amplifier topology (Figure 2(b)) is superior to the conventional structure (Figure 2(a)) in the sense that all even harmonics can be matched to zero and the impedance of the harmonics is controlled at a much broader frequency band (even harmonics are kept at low impedance and the third harmonic is kept at high impedance).
Line up the keyhole on the cable connector with the key on the RT's antenna connector or the power amplifier's J1 or J2 connector.
To verify the feasibility of the proposed structure, we designed a 2.4 GHz power amplifier using 0.18 [micro]m RF CMOS technology with one poly, and six metal layers.
More importantly, by using ADS, the optimization of the offset lines of the conventional Doherty power amplifier can be realized.
A typical power amplifier is designed using a multi-stage structure to obtain the required gain and output power, as shown in Figure 1.
Therefore, the proposed two-way inverted asymmetrical Doherty power amplifier can be a promising solution for LTE application.
IN MULTIPLE CHANNEL applications of the next-gen communication systems, it is often desirable to develop an antenna system to combine many of these antennas into fewer antennas by using modern wideband antennas and power amplifiers for multiple transmitters.
The model XP1007 is a GaAs MMIC two-stage, single-ended, X-band high power amplifier that integrates an on-chip gate bias circuit to simplify biasing.
(Nasdaq NMS: PRKR) has unveiled a lineup of ultra-efficient low cost RF power amplifiers. Extending the science of its patented Direct2Data (D2D) digital RF transceiver technology, the company has developed a unique digital power amplifier architecture that enables the manufacture of high performance low cost RF power amplifiers in common silicon semiconductors.

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