In this letter, a novel model is proposed for modeling the nonlinearity and memory effects of power amplifiers. The classical Volterra model is modified through a function of the sum of nonlinearity order with sum of memory length. The parameters of this model can be extracted in digital domain since the model is analyzed based on the envelope signals. The model we proposed enables a substantial reduction in the number of coefficients involved, and with excellent accuracy.
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