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A 2.5 GHz LNA Design Using 0.13μm Technology


charel sunil savajibhai , sankalchand patel college of Engineering; sunil B Patel, sankalchand patel college of Engineering; Jigar chaudhari, sankalchand patel college of Engineering


Low Noise Amplifier, 2.5GHz Radio-Frequency, Design of LNA, Analysis of LNA,


Low Noise Amplifier is a“Radio Frequency Amplifier” which amplifies weak signal without introducing internal noise. It is located very close to the “Antenna” to reduce losses in the feed line. It determines the noise performance of the overall system. LNA would offer a large dynamic range that accommodates large signals without distortions and provide good matching to its input and output. In this paper, the design of a Single-Ended LNA operating at 2.5GHz using 0.13μm technology is explained. The tools used for design the single-ended design are Cadence Orcad-Pspice for model verification, Advanced Design System (ADS 2009) for simulation at front-end and Micro-Wind for back-end core layout design.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV2I3358
Published in: Volume : 2, Issue : 3
Publication Date: 01/06/2014
Page(s): 1533-1535

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