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This paper presents the design of a receiver (Rx) front-end for automotive radar application operating at 76-77 GHz. The Rx employs a double conversion architecture, which consists of a five-stage low-noise amplifier (LNA), a sub-harmonic mixer (SHM), and a double-balanced passive mixer (PSM). By adopting this architecture, millimeter-wave frequency(More)
A receiver (Rx) front-end for automotive radar application operating at 76-77 GHz is presented. The Rx frontend employs double conversion architecture, which consists of a 5-stage low noise amplifier (LNA), a subharmonic mixer (SHM), and a double-balanced passive mixer (PSM). In the layout of the LNA, the output of each stage is placed adjoining to the(More)
A 77 GHz power amplifier (PA) fabricated in a standard CMOS 65-nm process for radar automotive applications is presented. Based on passive transformer-coupled architectures, a high gain PA has been developed for a 76-77 GHz frequency range. The proposed PA achieves a 18.5 dB gain with output compression point (OP1dB) of +9.5 dBm and a saturated output power(More)
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