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학술지 Modeling and Design Methodology of High Efficient Class-F and Class-F-1 Power Amplifiers
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저자
김준형, 조권도, 오정훈, 김영훈, 이광천, 정재호
발행일
201101
출처
IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, v.59 no.1, pp.153-165
ISSN
0018-9480
출판사
IEEE
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TMTT.2010.2090167
협약과제
10MI4200, 차세대 이동통신 기지국용 Class-S 전력증폭기 기술 연구, 정재호
초록
In this paper, efficiency-limiting physical constraint effects imposed on the knee voltage, along with a variation of the optimum load resistance, are investigated for highly efficient Class-F and Class-F-1 amplifiers. First, for an accurate analysis and comparison, new current waveform models are identified, and a realistic approach incorporated using a nonzero knee voltage and voltage-dependent nonlinear capacitance is employed to derive the voltage waveforms of the amplifiers. An analysis is performed to show the efficiency, output power, power gain, and output power compression points for both modes. Using this knowledge, along with a complete performance comparison, we provide a direction for optimizing the amplifier design. The analytic results are further verified based on the measured results of 3.54-GHz Class-F and Class- 1 amplifiers using a commercial 60-W peak-to-envelope power galliumnitride device. The experimental results show that Class-F and Class-F-1 amplifiers operate at drain efficiencies of 69.9% and 69.4% at saturated output powers of 47.4 and 47.2 dBm, respectively. These remarkably similar performances have excellent agreement with the predicted analysis at our operational frequency. © 2010 IEEE.
키워드
Class-F power amplifier (PA), inverse Class-F PA, nonlinear capacitance, on-resistance
KSP 제안 키워드
Analysis and comparison, Class-F PA, Constraint effects, Current waveform, Nonlinear capacitance, ON-resistance, Operational frequency, Optimum load, Output power, Performance comparison, Physical Constraints