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Which Point Can it be Chosen for the Class E Amp in IV Curve - RF Cafe Forums

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Post subject: Which point can it be chosen for the Class E Amp in IV curve
Unread postPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2004 4:38 pm

The first problem is that.
I couldn't find anything through some books.
I just know class e amps have good efficiency coz of the switching operation. But How can I choose the operation point?

And if you know how to handle the simulation transient in ADS, could you tell me how I can check the siganl flow of input and outpit?

I am so desperate.

Thank you


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Unread postPosted: Wed Apr 28, 2004 3:17 pm
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Greetings RF:

I just got the April 2004 edition of "RF Design" magazine, and there happens to be an article titled "Broadband Monolithic S-Band Class-E Power Amplifier Design." I have not read the article, but it does have a chart with load lines on it, so maybe you'll find something useful there.

The RF Design website (www.rfdesign.com) still has the March issue up, but April should be online soon, in case you do not have access to a hard copy.


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