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Special Cases: Describing Functions and Weakly Nonlinear Case (Ladvánszky)

  • János Ladvánszky
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Abstract

Power maximization problem for tuned dynamic nonlinear sources has been solved by applying admittance and scattering describing functions. Application for microwave power amplifier design has been given. Another special case when the nonlinear dynamic source is not tuned but weakly nonlinear has also been discussed. A table containing main results in power maximization of source circuits has been presented.

Keywords

Nonlinear dynamic circuits Power maximum Describing functions Volterra series 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • János Ladvánszky
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  1. 1.Ericsson Telecom HungaryBudapestHungary

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