|A wideband RF amplifier for satellite tuners|
|Hu, Xueqing; Gong, Zheng; Shi, Yin; Dai, Fa Foster; Hu, X.(email@example.com)
|Source Publication||Journal of Semiconductors
|Abstract||This paper presents the design and measured performance of a wideband amplifier for a direct conversion satellite tuner. It is composed of a wideband low noise amplifier(LNA) and a two-stage RF variable gain amplifier(VGA) with linear gain in dB and temperature compensation schemes. To meet the system linearity requirement, an improved distortion compensation technique and a bypass mode are applied on the LNA to deal with the large input signal. Wideband matching is achieved by resistive feedback and an off-chip LC-ladder matching network. A large gain control range(over80 dB) is achieved by the VGA with process voltage and temperature compensation and dB linearization. In total, the amplifier consumes up to26 mA current from a3.3 V power supply. It is fabricated in a0.35-μm SiGe BiCMOS technology and occupies a silicon area of0.25 mm2.?2011 Chinese Institute of Electronics.|
Low Noise Amplifiers
|Corresponding Author||Hu, X.(firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Hu, Xueqing,Gong, Zheng,Shi, Yin,et al. A wideband RF amplifier for satellite tuners[J]. Journal of Semiconductors,2011,32(11):115002.
Hu, Xueqing,Gong, Zheng,Shi, Yin,Dai, Fa Foster,&Hu, X..(2011).A wideband RF amplifier for satellite tuners.Journal of Semiconductors,32(11),115002.
Hu, Xueqing,et al."A wideband RF amplifier for satellite tuners".Journal of Semiconductors 32.11(2011):115002.
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