A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement

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A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement. / Bruun, Erik; Andreani, Pietro; Custódio, J. R.; Goes, J.; Oliveira, J. P.; Oliveira, L. B.

Proceedings 28. Norchip Conference. Tampere, Finland, 2010.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2010

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Bruun, E, Andreani, P, Custódio, JR, Goes, J, Oliveira, JP & Oliveira, LB 2010, 'A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement'. in Proceedings 28. Norchip Conference. Tampere, Finland.

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Bruun, E., Andreani, P., Custódio, J. R., Goes, J., Oliveira, J. P., & Oliveira, L. B. (2010). A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement. In Proceedings 28. Norchip Conference. Tampere, Finland.

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Bruun E, Andreani P, Custódio JR, Goes J, Oliveira JP, Oliveira LB. 2010. A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement. In Proceedings 28. Norchip Conference. Tampere, Finland.

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Bruun E, Andreani P, Custódio JR, Goes J, Oliveira JP, Oliveira LB. A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement. In Proceedings 28. Norchip Conference. Tampere, Finland. 2010.

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Bruun, Erik; Andreani, Pietro; Custódio, J. R.; Goes, J.; Oliveira, J. P.; Oliveira, L. B. / A Small-Area Self-Biased Wideband CMOS Balun LNA with Noise Cancelling and Gain Enhancement.

Proceedings 28. Norchip Conference. Tampere, Finland, 2010.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2010

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A1 - Goes,J.

A1 - Oliveira,J. P.

A1 - Oliveira,L. B.

AU - Bruun,Erik

AU - Andreani,Pietro

AU - Custódio,J. R.

AU - Goes,J.

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AU - Oliveira,L. B.

CY - Tampere, Finland

PY - 2010

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N2 - In this paper we present a low-power and small-area balun LNA. The proposed inverter-based topology uses selfbiasing and noise cancelling, yielding a very robust LNA with a low NF. Comparing this circuit with a conventional inverterbased circuit, we obtain a ∼3 dB enhancement in voltage gain, with improved robustness against PVT variations. Simulations results in a 130 nm CMOS technology show a 17.7dB voltage gain, nearly flat over a wide bandwidth (200MHz-1GHz), and an NF of approximately 4dB. The total power consumption is below 7.5 mW, with a very small die area of 0.007 mm2. All data are extracted from post-layout simulations.

AB - In this paper we present a low-power and small-area balun LNA. The proposed inverter-based topology uses selfbiasing and noise cancelling, yielding a very robust LNA with a low NF. Comparing this circuit with a conventional inverterbased circuit, we obtain a ∼3 dB enhancement in voltage gain, with improved robustness against PVT variations. Simulations results in a 130 nm CMOS technology show a 17.7dB voltage gain, nearly flat over a wide bandwidth (200MHz-1GHz), and an NF of approximately 4dB. The total power consumption is below 7.5 mW, with a very small die area of 0.007 mm2. All data are extracted from post-layout simulations.

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KW - Area

KW - Noise canceling

KW - CMOS

KW - Wideband Balun LNA

KW - LNAs

KW - Self-Biased

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