A CONCURRENT DUAL BAND 2.4/6 GHz LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER.

  • Sayali Gadakh
Keywords: Concurrent, Dual Band, LNA

Abstract

The idea of this paper is to propose the design of a low noise amplifier operating on a concurrent dual-band of 2.4 GHz and 6 GHz. LC resonant network is implemented to obtain the required gain and impedance matching at both ends. A 0.13-um CMOS process is used for fabrication of LNA. The power gain results for 2.4 GHz is 30.96 dB and for 6 GHz is 24.58 dB and noise figure results for 2.4 GHz is 2.59 dB and for 6 GHz is 2.54 dB respectively.

References

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[8] S. Wang and B.-Z. Huang, “A HIGH-GAIN CMOS LNA FOR 2.4/5.2-GHZ WLAN APPLICATIONS.”
























































[1] H.S. et al, “A Sub-2 dB NF Dual-Band CMOS LNA for CDMA/WCDMA Applications.”
[2] Kargaran, E. and B. Madadi, “Design of a novel dual-band concurrent CMOS LNA with current reuse topology.”
[3] Dehqan A. R. et al., “Design of Low-power Dual-Band LNA with Using DS Method to Improve Linearity.”
[4] Nathan M. Neihartet al., “A Dual-Band 2.45/6sGHz CMOS LNA Utilizing a Dual-Resonant Transformer-Based Matching Network.”
[5] M. A. Martins, J. R. Fernandes, and M. M. Silva, “Techniques for dual-band LNA design using cascode switching and inductor Magnetic coupling.”
[6] L.-H. Lu et al., “A compact 2.4/5.2-GHz CMOS dual-band low- noise amplifier.”
[7] AbolfazlZokaei, Amir Amirabadi, “A Low Voltage Low Power 3.5/5.8 GHz Dual-Band Common Gate Low Noise Amplifier.”
[8] S. Wang and B.-Z. Huang, “A HIGH-GAIN CMOS LNA FOR 2.4/5.2-GHZ WLAN APPLICATIONS.”

























































[1] H.S. et al, “A Sub-2 dB NF Dual-Band CMOS LNA for CDMA/WCDMA Applications.”
[2] Kargaran, E. and B. Madadi, “Design of a novel dual-band concurrent CMOS LNA with current reuse topology.”
[3] Dehqan A. R. et al., “Design of Low-power Dual-Band LNA with Using DS Method to Improve Linearity.”
[4] Nathan M. Neihartet al., “A Dual-Band 2.45/6sGHz CMOS LNA Utilizing a Dual-Resonant Transformer-Based Matching Network.”
[5] M. A. Martins, J. R. Fernandes, and M. M. Silva, “Techniques for dual-band LNA design using cascode switching and inductor Magnetic coupling.”
[6] L.-H. Lu et al., “A compact 2.4/5.2-GHz CMOS dual-band low-noise amplifier.”
[7] AbolfazlZokaei, Amir Amirabadi, “A Low Voltage Low Power 3.5/5.8 GHz Dual-Band Common Gate Low Noise Amplifier.”
[8] S. Wang and B.-Z. Huang, “A HIGH-GAIN CMOS LNA FOR 2.4/5.2-GHZ WLAN APPLICATIONS.”








[1] H.S. et al, “A Sub-2 dB NF Dual-Band CMOS LNA for CDMA/WCDMA Applications.”
[2] Kargaran, E. and B. Madadi, “Design of a novel dual-band concurrent CMOS LNA with current reuse topology.”
[3] Dehqan A. R. et al., “Design of Low-power Dual-Band LNA with Using DS Method to Improve Linearity.”
[4] Nathan M. Neihartet al., “A Dual-Band 2.45/6sGHz CMOS LNA Utilizing a Dual-Resonant Transformer-Based Matching Network.”
[5] M. A. Martins, J. R. Fernandes, and M. M. Silva, “Techniques for dual-band LNA design using cascode switching and inductor Magnetic coupling.”
[6] L.-H. Lu et al., “A compact 2.4/5.2-GHz CMOS dual-band low- noise amplifier.”
[7] AbolfazlZokaei, Amir Amirabadi, “A Low Voltage Low Power 3.5/5.8 GHz Dual-Band Common Gate Low Noise Amplifier.”
[8] S. Wang and B.-Z. Huang, “A HIGH-GAIN CMOS LNA FOR 2.4/5.2-GHZ WLAN APPLICATIONS.”
Published
2018-04-11
How to Cite
Gadakh, S. (2018, April 11). A CONCURRENT DUAL BAND 2.4/6 GHz LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER. ASIAN JOURNAL FOR CONVERGENCE IN TECHNOLOGY (AJCT ) -UGC LISTED, 4(I). Retrieved from http://asianssr.org/index.php/ajct/article/view/382
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