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Développement de bancs de tests dédiés à la modélisation comportementale d’amplificateurs de puissance RF et micro-ondes

Abstract : The work presented in this manuscript is devoted to the study and development of a general characterization bench applied to the extraction of the TPM-NIM (Two-Path Memory Nonlinear Integral) amplifier behavioral model. This model, has one of the most advanced architectures at the XLIM laboratory. It requires a high-end microwave instrumentation, overpriced and beyond reach for most of the designers for its experimental implementation. The aim is to propose some original measurements principles allowing the TPM-NIM model’s identification with a standard instrumentation. Two benches are presented in these works : firstly, a characterization bench, developed using a high performance instrumentation with the best properties to extract the model. Then, a bench, built with a standard instrumentation but through innovative processing and measurement methods. These two benches have been used with several test vehicles and it appears that the second one decreases the noise of phase measurements while reducing the equipment’s total cost. Finally, a last part is dedicated to the comparison of the TPM-NIM model with two classic behavioral models by emphasizing its versatility.
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Damien Gapillout. Développement de bancs de tests dédiés à la modélisation comportementale d’amplificateurs de puissance RF et micro-ondes. Electronique. Université de Limoges, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LIMO0071⟩. ⟨tel-02366529⟩

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