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 A volterra series model for the system level simulation of a wide range of wireless RF blocks
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title: A volterra series model for the system level simulation of a wide range of wireless RF blocks
authors: Lavrador, P.M.
Pedro, J.C.
keywords: Behavioural modelling
RF power amplifier
Volterra series
Behavioural model
Feedback systems
Hammerstein system
Memory effects
Model extraction
Non-Linearity
Nonlinear memory
Power levels
Reference circuits
RF blocks
RF power amplifiers
Signal excitation
System level simulation
System levels
Test systems
Volterra series
Computer simulation
Control nonlinearities
Nonlinear feedback
Nonlinear systems
Power amplifiers
Mathematical models
issue date: 2010
abstract: This paper discusses the applicability of an orthogonally extracted Volterra series behavioural model to the system level simulation of a wide range of RF blocks. Two reference circuits were used in a simulator as test systems for model extraction and validation: a nonlinear system with linear memory (Hammerstein system) and a nonlinear system with nonlinear memory (feedback system) [1]. Using these system level blocks, we were able to vary both their nonlinearity and memory effects and show how the proposed model keeps its accuracy even when validated under a different signal excitation and varying power level. © 2010 IEEE.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/6256
ISBN: 978-1-4244-7412-7
publisher version/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/INMMIC.2010.5480125
source: INMMIC 2010: Workshop on Integrated Nonlinear Microwave and Millimetre-Wave Circuits
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