Broadband Millimeter-Wave LNAs (47–77 GHz and 70–140 GHz) Using a T-Type Matching Topology

@article{Liu2013BroadbandML,
  title={Broadband Millimeter-Wave LNAs (47–77 GHz and 70–140 GHz) Using a T-Type Matching Topology},
  author={Gang Liu and Hermann Schumacher},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={2022-2029}
}
  • Gang Liu, Hermann Schumacher
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    IEEE Journal of Solid-State…
    2013
  • Computer Science
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    This paper presents the design and characterization of two broadband millimeter-wave LNAs realized in 0.25- μm and 0.13- μm SiGe BiCMOS technologies. [...] Key Result To the best of the authors' knowledge, both LNAs achieve the widest bandwidth in corresponding frequency bands with very competitive gain and NF.Expand Abstract

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