Alleviating RF Transmit Signal Corruption in Wireless Data Systems

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  • Author: Ryan Pratt

In high speed wireless data systems, it is common to see RF Transmit signal corruption limit the power level that a wireless data device can put out at its antenna. While there can be many causes for this distortion, one of the most common causes is, surprisingly, the Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) in the receive portion of the wireless data device (see diagram below). This white paper will describe symptoms associated with this problem, currently used solutions to address it, and propose a better solution in the form of Guerrilla RF’s patent pending Guerrilla Armor™ technology.

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