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Steve Taranovich

Envelope Tracking Improves Supply Efficiency

Steve Taranovich
yalanand
yalanand
10/27/2013 7:11:17 AM
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Re : Envelope Tracking Improves Supply Efficiency
The objective of envelope tracking is to increase the efficiency of PAs transport high peak to regular power (PAPR) signals. The drive to attain high data quantity within limited scale resources requires the use of direct modulation with extraordinary PAPR.

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Vishal Prajapati
Vishal Prajapati
10/21/2013 6:22:55 AM
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Cost difference
Sir, as you have mentioned in your blog about Triquint Semiconductor that they have produced first GaN on dimond wafers which improves thermal performance. I am curious to know if that does make difference with the bulk pricing of the part compared to conventional silicon/germanium wafer parts?

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