With a rich set of load-pull data, power-amplifier (PA) designers can thoroughly investigate a device’s optimum capability in relation to design goals and performance targets. To fully benefit from this information, designers need an intuitive method to work with complex swept load-pull data sets. These data sets can include multiple fundamental frequencies, nested harmonic load-pull, and/or nested source- and load-pull.
As a result, PA performance becomes easy to understand acr
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