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impedances of both of the transistors as a complex R jX value, and we must form a matching network that forces the driver transistor s output impedance to match the load resistance (RL) value as demanded for maximum power output from the driver at its VCC. In other words, the PA s input now appears to the driver stage to be the RL that it must be in order to be able to output the required power as needed by the PA stage. This must, as well, match the resistive input to the PA and absorb or resonate out any jX part for a conjugate match. Matching networks for power amplifiers should normally consist of the T type, rather than the pi type. Pi-type matching networks for high-powered amplifiers sometimes result in unrealistic component values at the higher operating frequencies encountered today into a 50-ohm load; T networks are capable of much higher frequency operation before this becomes a major problem. Both T and pi networks can be used, however, if the output impedance of the transistor is higher than its load, or the power output of the amplifier is under 15 W. To begin the design of a power amplifier, follow these steps for power transistor impedance matching: 1. Look through the transistor s data sheet for the output power versus input power graph (an output power versus frequency graph is similar) to find out how much input power is needed to drive the amplifier for a specific output power, and at the desired frequency of operation. As necessary, apply the common formula to see the gain in dB: dB 10 log POUT PIN
bindings at each LSR in the LSP. In the MPLS architecture, the downstream LSR decides on the particular binding. The downstream LSR uses a label distribution protocol to communicate the binding to the upstream LSR. A downstream LSR can directly distribute a label/FEC binding to an upstream LSR, which is known as unsolicited downstream. Additionally, we have downstream on demand, whereby an upstream LSR requests a binding from a downstream LSR. Several label distribution protocols are available. In some cases, existing protocols such as RSVP have been extended to provide support for label distribution. In addition, brand new protocols have been developed, such as the Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) and Constraint-Based LDP (CR-LDP), which is an extension of LDP. If a given label distribution protocol is used between two LSRs to exchange label/FEC binding information, then the two LSRs are known as label distribution peers. Although the MPLS architecture does not mandate that any particular label distribution protocol be used, we discuss three such protocols later in this chapter: LDP, CR-LDP, and RSVP-TE.
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