UWB AMPLIFIER USING CMOS TECHNOLOGY FOR A 3.1-5-GHZ USING A CASCODE CURRENT REUSE STRUCTURE WITH INTER-STAGE INDUCTORS
An CMOS low noise amplifier (LNA) topology that combines a narrowband LNA with a Capacitor cross-coupled with inductively source degenerated differential LNA is proposed. The Capacitor cross-coupled with inductively source degenerated LNA provides wideband input matching with small noise figure (NF) degradation of the narrowband LNA input and flattens the gain. The proposed UWB amplifier is implemented in 0.18-/spl mu/m CMOS technology for a 3.1-5-GHz. Using a cascode current reuse structure with inter-stage inductors we achieved low power consumption and high power gain. This structure is based on two cascode configuration which provides a good output swing thus allowing the integration in low voltage technology. This configuration also permits good input impedance matching, low noise figure and high reverse isolation. Complete simulations of the circuit at 5.5-GHz center frequency.
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