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Application Note Describes the Use of Advanced Load-Pull Features in NI AWR Software for Designing Base Station PAs

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El Segundo, Calif. – May 17, 2016

What:

"Designing with Enhanced Load Pull Measurements for Base Station Power Amplifiers" is a new application note that describes how to use the advanced load-pull features in NI AWR Design Environment™ to design matching networks and associated circuitry directly from measured load-pull data. Load pull has been used for decades in RF circuit design flows, especially for high-power applications such as base station power amplifiers (PAs). Recent advances in data file formats by load-pull measurement system vendors have significantly expanded the usefulness of load-pull characterization. These new file formats support a sweep of an independent variable such as input power, DC bias, temperature, or tone spacing, in addition to the swept source or load impedances. The ability to import and manipulate these load-pull data sets in a circuit simulator greatly simplifies and speeds the design process, and gives designers a broader design space to explore.

Where:

"Designing with Enhanced Load Pull Measurements for Base Station Power Amplifiers" can be downloaded on the NI AWR website.

When:

Immediately.

About NI AWR Software

The NI AWR Design Environment software portfolio includes RF/microwave electronic design automation (EDA) tools such as Visual System Simulator™ for system design, Microwave Office/Analog Office for microwave/RF circuit design, and AXIEM and Analyst™ for electromagnetic analysis. NI AWR software tools help design engineers to dramatically reduce development time and cost for components, circuits, systems and subsystems employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. Readers can learn more at ni.com/awr.

About National Instruments

Since 1976, NI has made it possible for engineers and scientists to solve the world's greatest engineering challenges with powerful, flexible technology solutions that accelerate productivity and drive rapid innovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries–from healthcare to automotive and from consumer electronics to particle physics–use NI's integrated hardware and software platform to improve the world we live in.

Contact:

Sherry Hess
Vice President of Marketing
AWR Group, NI
(310) 726-3000
sherry.hess@ni.com

 

 

Posted May 19, 2016

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