Practical Issues in RF Design by Randy Rhea

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Advanced Design Techniques for RF Power Amplifiers' main aim is to provide the reader with a deep analysis of theoretical aspects, modelling, and design strategies of RF high-efficiency power ed Design Techniques for RF Power Amplifiers begins with an analytical review of current state of the problem.

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