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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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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.

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