A Highly Linear Low Noise Amplifier

Design of a highly linear receiver low noise amplifier used to downconvert high power signals in conformance to modern wireless standards
In full-duplex communication systems such as W-CDMA, a receiver’s tolerance to unwanted transmit signals, including a co-located transmitter, is significantly important since transmission and reception occur simultaneously. Since transmit signals can be as little as 30 MHz away in frequency from the receive signal, surface acoustic wave (SAW) filters...
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