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  • initialism electronics adjacent channel leakage power ratio.

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  • Once you boost the output power of your amplifier, you reduce the linearity and deteriorate the EVM (error-vector magnitude) and ACLR (adjacent-channel-leakage ratio) of the communication, especially if your goal is to design an efficient power amplifier.

    Gadget Freak Files

  • ACLR correction with PA output efficiencies exceeding 40 per cent, allowing flexible and efficient RRH designs.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • W-CDMA [6. 5dBpeak/average] corrected to better than - 50dBc ACLR covering well over the 2.11 - to 2. 17GHz

    EE Times-Asia

  • Up to 26 dB ACLR (Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio) improvement

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • Up to 26 dB ACLR (Adjacent Channel Leakage Ratio) improvement

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • Combining the PXA with an embedded measurement application provides excellent dynamic range, up to -87 dB for 3GPP ACLR, and power meter-like accuracy of (0.19 dB, reducing the number of tools needed in BTS R

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Combining the PXA with an embedded measurement application provides excellent dynamic range, up to -87 dB for 3GPP ACLR, and power meter-like accuracy of (0.19 dB, reducing the number of tools needed in BTS R

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Combining the PXA with an embedded measurement application provides excellent dynamic range, up to -87 dB for 3GPP ACLR, and power meter-like accuracy of (0.19 dB, reducing the number of tools needed in BTS R

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Combining the PXA with an embedded measurement application provides excellent dynamic range, up to -87 dB for 3GPP ACLR, and power meter-like accuracy of (0.19 dB, reducing the number of tools needed in BTS R

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Combining the PXA with an embedded measurement application provides excellent dynamic range, up to -87 dB for 3GPP ACLR, and power meter-like accuracy of (0.19 dB, reducing the number of tools needed in BTS R

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

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