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Large-Signal Behavioral Model of a Packaged RF Amplifier Based on QPSK-Like Multisine Measurements

Published

Author(s)

Maciej Myslinski, Dominique Schreurs, Catherine A. Remley, Michael McKinley, Bart Nauwelaers

Abstract

This work presents a large-signal time-domain behavioral model of an off-the-shelf RF amplifier based on QPSK-like multisine measurements. The multisine has been designed using an automated procedure. As a result, the excitation's Probabiity Density Function (PDF) approximates that of a realistic QPSK-modulated digital signal. The model accurately predicts both amplitude and phase of the complex envelope around the carrier as well as higher harmonics.
Proceedings Title
European Microwave Conference
Conference Dates
October 3-7, 2005
Conference Location
Paris
Conference Title
GaAs 05

Keywords

Multisine, digital modulation, nonlinear vector network analyzer, large-signal vector measurements, nonlinear microwave circuits, time-domain behavioral modeling, wireless communication systems

Citation

Myslinski, M. , Schreurs, D. , Remley, C. , McKinley, M. and Nauwelaers, B. (2005), Large-Signal Behavioral Model of a Packaged RF Amplifier Based on QPSK-Like Multisine Measurements, European Microwave Conference, Paris, -1, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=32022 (Accessed May 22, 2022)
Created October 3, 2005, Updated January 27, 2020