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Characterizing an L-Band Pulse Amplifier with Local FFT and Wavelet Transforms
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2/25/2002   Post a comment
Lorenzo Carbonini of Marconi Mobile describes a technique, based on signal processing applied to time-domain waveforms sampled at RF using a fast digital storage oscilloscope, for characterizing the transient behavior of pulse power amplifiers. Carbonini also discusses local Fourier and wavelet transforms, and analyzes an L-band 150W amplifier at 1025 MHz.




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