DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW-NOISE AMPLIFIER FOR ULTRA-WIDEBAND RECEIVER IN 180nm CMOS TECHNOLOGY

@inproceedings{Gautam2015DESIGNAI,
  title={DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LOW-NOISE AMPLIFIER FOR ULTRA-WIDEBAND RECEIVER IN 180nm CMOS TECHNOLOGY},
  author={Neelam Gautam and Manish Kumar and Abhay Chaturvedi},
  year={2015}
}
This paper presents an ultra-wideband (UWB) low noise amplifier (LNA) using two stage cascading topology to obtain high gain. Inductive degeneration and peaking inductor techniques are used to obtain wideband matching and flatness of gain. The proposed UWB LNA is implemented by using 180nm based CMOS TSMC technology using Advanced Design System (ADS) software.LNA achieves maximum gain of 15.5dB, minimum noise figure of 2.88dB, -6dBm of IIP3 and wideband input matching in the UWB frequency range… CONTINUE READING

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