A power efficient bandwidth regulation technique for a low-noise high-gain RF wideband amplifier

@article{Roy2012APE,
  title={A power efficient bandwidth regulation technique for a low-noise high-gain RF wideband amplifier},
  author={Apratim Roy and S. M. Shahriar Rashid},
  journal={Central European Journal of Engineering},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={383-391}
}
  • A. Roy, S. Rashid
  • Published 6 June 2012
  • Physics
  • Central European Journal of Engineering
In this paper, a single-stage deep sub-micron wideband amplifier (LNA) using a reactive resonance tank and passive port-matching techniques is demonstrated operating in the microwave frequency range (K band). A novel power-efficient bandwidth (BW) regulation technique is proposed by incorporating a small impedance in the resonance tank of the amplifier configuration. It manifests a forward gain in the range of 5.9–10.7 dB covering a message bandwidth of 10.6–6.3 GHz. With regulation, input… 
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