Nanoelectronics Devices: Design, Materials, and Applications Part II

Fifth Generation Mobile Communication: Devices and Circuit Architectures

Author(s): Kumar Saurabh* and Sukwinder Singh

Pp: 83-113 (31)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815179361123010006

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


With the tremendous expansion in communication in recent years, contemporary communication techniques must improve quickly. The requirement is data-driven, driven mainly through users for content consumption and the expanding number of other mobile users who require quick access to the network for personal and professional needs, resulting in a massive growth in data traffic. However, because services and daily requirements are conducted over the internet, 5G demands pose new obstacles. As a result, device count and connections in wireless networks will grow, resulting in increasing demand for total data and the requirement to manage a large number of physical connections. In any modern wireless communication system, power amplifiers are essential components. For many years, the general problem has been to reduce the amount of energy consumed, which is DC in nature concerning the amount of radio frequency delivered. The fifth generation (5G) wireless communication system is intended to connect billions of devices at a very high data transfer rate. However, it has prompted worries about the fast-rising global energy consumption, necessitating urgent innovation in the creation of energy-efficient wireless transmitter systems. Efficiency, as well as linearity, are two important parameters of power amplifiers. It is unavoidable to make trade-offs among parameters like efficiency and linearity, and attaining both is incredibly challenging. In most cases, lowering the requirements of nonlinearity, which are linked to power efficiency, results in transmitting the signals with the highest amplitudes below the amplifier's compression level. The linearity of PAs, in addition to their efficiency, can be quite substantial. Some strategies include as Doherty power amplifier, Outphasing technique Envelope Tracking (ET), Kahn Envelope Elimination and Restoration (EER), and Linear Amplification with Nonlinear Components (LINC).

Keywords: Doherty Amplifier, Outphasing Amplifier output back-off, Power Amplifier.

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