By Fadhel M. Ghannouchi, Oualid Hammi, Mohamed Helaoui
Covers theoretical and useful points concerning the behavioral modelling and predistortion of instant transmitters and tool amplifiers. It comprises simulation software program that permits the clients to use the speculation awarded within the booklet. within the first part, the reader is given the overall historical past of nonlinear dynamic platforms besides their behavioral modelling from all its features. within the moment half, a entire compilation of behavioral versions formulations and constructions is supplied together with reminiscence polynomial established versions, field orientated versions resembling Hammerstein-based and Wiener-based types, and neural networks-based versions. The ebook might be a helpful source for layout engineers, commercial engineers, functions engineers, postgraduate scholars, and researchers engaged on strength amplifiers modelling, linearization, and layout.
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