# NAUTEL LIMITED

NAUTEL LIMITED Patent applications | ||

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20140185696 | PEAK-TO-AVERAGE POWER REDUCTION METHOD - A method of reducing peak-to-average power in a hybrid signal is provided. The method determines peaks in power by defining a sample point by way of a digital vector and an analog vector. The digital and analog vectors are added together to generate a hybrid vector which is used to compare the sample point to the maximum desired peak threshold. An error vector is used to correct the sample point to a desired power level. Once the sample point has been corrected it can be added back to the analog signal and transmitted. | 07-03-2014 |

20130215946 | PEAK-TO-AVERAGE POWER REDUCTION METHOD - A method of reducing peak-to-average power in a hybrid signal is provided. The method determines peaks in power by defining a sample point by way of a digital vector and an analog vector. The digital and analog vectors are added together to generate a hybrid vector which is used to compare the sample point to the maximum desired peak threshold. An error vector is used to correct the sample point to a desired power level. Once the sample point has been corrected it can be added back to the analog signal and transmitted. | 08-22-2013 |

20120170632 | IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENT IN AN ACTIVE RADIO FREQUENCY TRANSMITTER - A transmitter and method for determining impedance measurement in an active radio frequency transmitter of an antenna are provided. Voltage and current samples are obtained from a modulating signal delivered to an antenna. The voltage and current samples are converted from analog to digital format, and decimation occurs to reduce the number of samples. Complex demodulation is performed of each of the voltage and current samples to baseband levels and decimation of the voltage and current samples is performed to reduce the number of samples. An impedance estimate can then be estimated from the voltage and current samples. | 07-05-2012 |

20120161863 | AMPLIFIER PROVIDING POWER RECOVERY FROM A NARROW-BAND ANTENNA - A method, amplifier and system are provided for enabling power recovery from a narrow-band antenna when a signal having bandwidth exceeding that of the antenna is utilized. The amplifier provides amplification of a source signal to the antenna and recovery of power stored in the antenna during periods when the impedance of the antenna is negative to enable reverse current through the amplifier to a direct current (DC) power source. | 06-28-2012 |

20100272221 | PEAK-TO-AVERAGE POWER REDUCTION METHOD - A method of reducing peak-to-average power in a hybrid signal is provided. The method determines peaks in power by defining a sample point by way of a digital vector and an analog vector. The digital and analog vectors are added together to generate a hybrid vector which is used to compare the sample point to the maximum desired peak threshold. An error vector is used to correct the sample point to a desired power level. Once the sample point has been corrected it can be added back to the analog signal and transmitted. | 10-28-2010 |

20090289710 | AMPLIFIER PROVIDING POWER RECOVERY FROM A NARROW-BAND ANTENNA - A method, amplifier and system are provided for enabling power recovery from a narrow-band antenna when a signal having bandwidth exceeding that of the antenna is utilized. The amplifier provides amplification of a source signal to the antenna and recovery of power stored in the antenna during periods when the impedance of the antenna is negative to enable reverse current through the amplifier to a direct current (DC) power source. | 11-26-2009 |

20090258614 | IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENT IN AN ACTIVE RADIO FREQUENCY TRANSMITTER - A transmitter and method for determining impedance measurement in an active radio frequency transmitter of an antenna are provided. Voltage and current samples are obtained from a modulating signal delivered to an antenna. The voltage and current samples are converted from analog to digital format, and decimation occurs to reduce the number of samples. Complex demodulation is performed of each of the voltage and current samples to baseband levels and decimation of the voltage and current samples is performed to reduce the number of samples. An impedance estimate can then be estimated from the voltage and current samples. | 10-15-2009 |