Constant Power-Delivered Load Pull Simulation
The Advanced Design System (ADS) has a complete desktop flow for MMIC design, and load pull simulation is one of the key steps if you are a power amplifier designer. ADS includes DesignGuides, examples, and templates that are pre-configured simulation setups and data displays. These enable you to utilize ADS’s power as well as the knowledge of many expert users without having to start from scratch. This video series demonstrates the power and flexibility of these desktop tools for this application.
|Constant Power-Delivered Load Pull Simulation|
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|1||00:05:44||Constant Power-Delivered Load Pull Simulation - Part 1||How do you choose the best load to minimize bias current, maximize PAE, or minimize gain compression, all while delivering a particular power to the load? This video shows how to run 1-tone constant power-delivered load pull simulations with ADS and interpret the results.|
|2||00:04:10||Constant Power-Delivered Load Pull Simulation - Part 2||How do you choose the best load to minimize bias current, maximize PAE, minimize gain compression, or minimize intermodulation distortion all while delivering a particular power to the load? This video shows how to run 2-tone constant power-delivered load pull simulations with ADS and interpret the results.|
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