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Poggi; Peter John
Webster, NY
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6683496 System and method for minimizing dissipation in RF power amplifiers January 27, 2004
The variable power supply to an amplifier in an electrical circuit is dynamically controlled through the use of a lookup table responsive to one or more operating conditions of the electrical circuit. The lookup table is indexed by one or more of the operating conditions and the amount o
6522196 System and method for improving input return loss in RF amplifiers February 18, 2003
A system and method for improving the input return loss in RF amplifiers is disclosed. One embodiment of the present invention amplifies only one of the two output quadrature signals of 3 dB coupler in an amplifier module while substantially maintaining a constant impedance at the input

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