Design of a high performance narrowband low noise amplifier using an on-chip orthogonal series stacked differential fractal inductor for 5G applications

  title={Design of a high performance narrowband low noise amplifier using an on-chip orthogonal series stacked differential fractal inductor for 5G applications},
  author={Sunilkumar Tumma and B. Nistala},
  journal={Turkish J. Electr. Eng. Comput. Sci.},
Abstract: Inductors play a crucial role in the design of radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs) and they typically consume a considerably large area and have a low-quality factor at high frequencies. The employment of fractal structure in on-chip inductors helps in improving the quality factor and also reduces the overall area besides improving the inductance value. In this paper, an orthogonal series stacked differential fractal inductor is proposed and the same is used to design a low… Expand


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