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A l0mW Low-Noise Amplifier Design for 5.5GHz Wireless Communication Systems

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Kebaisy, I. ; BST, TU-Braunschweig, Braunschweig ; Domann, S. ; Meinerzhagen, B.

Important aspects and simulation results related to the RF integrated circuit design of a single-ended low-noise amplifier (LNA) are presented and discussed. The simulated values for the power consumption, input-IP3 and noise figure (NF) are 10mW, 0.32dBm and 1.53dB, at the center frequency fc = 5.5GHz, respectively. An experimentally extensively verified design kit for a 0.25mum BiCMOS technology is used for all components and devices except for the inductors, which are assumed to be ideal. A well established CMOS LNA circuit topology was chosen, completely re-dimensioned and optimized to meet the desired design specifications for WLAN 802.11a

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Information and Communication Technologies, 2006. ICTTA '06. 2nd  (Volume:2 )

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