ISSCC 2006 / SESSION 11 / RF BUILDING BLOCKS AND PLLS / 11 . 6 11 . 6 A 3 to 5 GHz CMOS UWB LNA with Input Matching using Miller Effect

Abstract

Ultra wideband (UWB) radio communication is capable of a high data rate with low radiated power. A key issue for UWB design is LNA input/output matching over a wide bandwidth: 3 to 5GHz for the lower band and 3 to 10GHz for the entire band. Several UWB LNAs have been proposed in recent years. The UWB CMOS LNA presented in [1] employs a Chebyshev filter for… (More)

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