Breakthrough in Combining/Dividing Radio Frequency/Microwave Power (MFS-31186)
In the past, methods to divide a waveform had inherent design constraints that limited high-efficiency techniques. This invention provides 50 to 60 percent efficiency compared to the 10 percent efficiency now achieved in non-pulsed circuits. This invention has contributed an important approach to solving battery life problems. While several different types of circuits are being studied that may address the same issues, this invention is unique by providing high-efficiency power amplification at microwave frequencies (2-18 GHz; 1-5watt power). The key is the ability to design in the microwave applications.
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