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Setting New Noise Performance Benchmarks Using Wideband Low-noise, High-linearity LNAs

February 2, 2011
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The weakest signal that a wireless receiver can recover is defined by its sensitivity 1 where BW is the bandwidth in Hz, SNR the required signal to noise ratio and F the system noise figure. A low-noise amplifier (LNA), as its name implies, improves the receiver sensitivity by reducing...
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