Few classes of electronic apparatus make demands as challenging to power sources as RF transmitters. This is particularly true since transmission signals, with few exceptions, no longer carry continuous-wave signals, such as analog audio or video. Instead, they carry digitally encoded information as bursts of data encoded with complex modulation techniques.
On the high-power end of the application range are radars and military RF-jamming systems used by armed forces to establish safe
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