DESIGN OF LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER (LNA) USING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE TRANSCONDUCTANCE BOOSTING CIRCUIT

Abstract
In high-speed networks and applications of wireless communication systems, the wideband data transmission system needs to receive the signal with low noise and low power. The Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) improves the signal strength and amplify the signal at the receiver side to reduce the noise and also must work in the high speed switching activity. In the paper work, a low power and low noise with inductorless active and passive model of trans-conductance (Gm) enhancement system in the 22nm CMOS technology. By using this type of CMOS technology, it reduces the power consumption due to the update channel width and circuit design of Gm enhancement. This paper also highlights in the reduction of overall area consumption with the alignment and other connectivity of amplifier. This amplifier was tested in both e-band and w-band operating frequencies to validate the noise level in high frequency applications. The result analysis and comparison chart shows the performance level of proposed LNA model than other state-of-art models.

Authors
Chahana Sharma, Owais Ahmad Shah
Noida International University, India

Keywords
Low Noise Amplifier, Trans-Conductance Enhancement, CMOS, High Frequency Applications
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Microelectronics
( Volume: 6 , Issue: 2 )
Date of Publication :
July 2020
DOI :

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