Article | May 8, 2024

RF Peak Power Sensors Enable Powerful CCDF Statistical Analysis For Advanced Wireless Systems

Advanced wireless systems rely on a deep understanding of signal dynamics like orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) and high-order modulation techniques. However, high crest factor values and power amplifier (PA) non-linearity present significant challenges that require careful consideration. Fortunately, RF peak power sensors can help. They enable a statistical analysis called complementary cumulative distribution functions (CCDF), which is vital for dissecting PA behavior, mitigating clipping, and reducing adjacent channel power leakage. By providing insights crucial for optimizing system performance, these sensors are the cornerstone of comprehensive testing setups.

In this exploration, we'll delve into the pivotal role of CCDF and discover how these sensors can unveil insights that are essential for achieving optimal system performance.

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