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A fully integrated 24 GHz SiGe receiver chip in a low-cost QFN plastic package

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9 Author(s)
I. Gresham ; M/A-COM, Tyco Electron. Co., Lowell, MA, USA ; Noyan Kinayman ; A. Jenkins ; R. Point
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A fully integrated, plastic packaged, 24 GHz SiGe receiver chip is presented. The chip has been manufactured using a commercially available SiGe foundry process. It can be used in a variety of applications including automotive radar sensors and phased-array receivers. The receiver supports two channels which can be used to support sum and delta antenna pattern inputs. The receiver comprises of two LNAs, a DPST switch, an I/Q downconverter, baseband variable gain amplifiers, and integrate-and-dump filters. The receiver has 45 dB of conversion gain with 7.8 dB noise figure (with plastic package) at 24 GHz

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IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC) Symposium, 2006

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11-13 June 2006