Power-efficient Linear CMOS RF Power Amplifier

Faculty: Bruce Wooley

Student: Amirpouya Kavousian


Research Summary

In many of the emerging protocols for broadband wireless communications, information is carried in both the amplitude and phase of the transmitted signal. Systems based on these protocols thus require the use of linear power amplification. However, conventional linear power amplifiers are far less efficient than amplifiers that need only provide a constant-envelope output. The objective of this project is to explore the design of efficient and linear power amplifiers that can be integrated in scaled CMOS technologies.




Contact Information

Center for Integrated Systems, #072
Via Ortega & Via Pueblo
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-4070

Phone: (650)725-4542
Email: pouya@stanford.edu


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