Mudasir Bashir

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This paper presents a current driven wideband low-noise passive mixer in CMOS 0.18-μm technology that operates between 2-6 GHz. The subharmonic mixer used here is the modification of Gilbert cell configuration by adding another local-oscillator stage. In order to convert input voltage supply into current broadband low-noise transconductor is employed(More)
The growing interest in low power consumption devices has directly led to the development of current-mode circuits. In this paper, a low noise transconductance amplifier (LNTA) with noise cancellation mechanism is operating in 2-6 GHz range and the performances are examined through PSPICE simulations. The proposed low noise transconductance amplifier(More)
With the advancements in wireless technologies a lot of concern has been given for designing RF circuits and the designers are trying to introduce new topologies to achieve better outputs whether be at transmitter or receiver section of a communication system and this in-turn has led to the development of individual components of these systems. In this(More)
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