A design of 60GHz LNA with 4.8dB NF, 15dB gain and 5mW in 65nm CMOS

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¿The increasing demand for high data rates combined with today’s fast CMOS process opens new opportunities in the 60GHz frequency range. ¿Phased arrays are typically used to compensate the high path loss at mm-waves. However, the resulted high power consumption is not acceptable in today’s mobile platform. ¿As the first block in the receiver, the LNA should amplify the signal with minimized NF. Achieving low NF and sufficient gain with stringent power constraint is challenging at mm-waves.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Proceedings of ICT.OPEN 2013, 27-28 November 2013, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

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