Low noise amplifier design at 2 GHz
Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) is one of the most important building blocks of any wireless receiver. In this an attempt has been made to study two types of LNA designs. The first design is the conventional which consists of the transistor, its biasing network and the input and output matching networks. The second design is an inductorless design which can be further customized to work over a large frequency range. The operating frequency studied in this thesis is 2GHz. A comparison has been made between the two designs and the values of gain and noise figure are satisfactory in both the designs.
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