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By Arjuna Marzuki, Ahmad Ismat Abdul Rahim, Mourad Loulou

Monolithic Microwave built-in Circuit (MMIC) is an digital machine that's customary in all excessive frequency instant structures. In constructing MMIC as a product, knowing research and layout thoughts, modeling, size method, and present traits are essential.

Advances in Monolithic Microwave built-in Circuits for instant structures: Modeling and layout Technologies is a significant resource of information on MMIC improvement, containing study on concept, layout, and useful ways to built-in circuit units. This e-book is of curiosity to researchers in and academia operating within the components of circuit layout, built-in circuits, and RF and microwave, in addition to somebody with an curiosity in monolithic instant equipment development.

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In terms of input and output return losses, the achieved results for reconfigurable LNA are comparable to the wide band LNAs. Meanwhile, for reverse isolation, the attained results of the reconfigurable LNA are very close to the achieved results of the wide band LNAs in Mustaffa, Zayegh, Veljanovski, Stojcevski, & Zulkifli (2008a and 2008b). Table 8 also shows a comparable result for NF between reconfigurable LNA and wide band LNAs. However, the achieved NF for both bands of the reconfigurable LNA is a bit higher than that of the wide band LNAs.

10). 395 for long-channel devices (Lee, 2004). c is purely imaginary indicating the capacitive coupling between the channel and gate-induced noise sources. , 2004). Noise resistance: Rno = αγ g1 m . 11) Optimum noise admittance: Yopto = αωoC gs 32  δ 2 (1 − c ) − sC gs 1 + α c  5γ δ  . 12) LNA Inventions Minimum noise factor: Fmino = 1 + 2 ωo 5 ωT 2 γδ(1 − c ) . 13) Transition radian frequency, ωT = gm/Cgs, and α = gm / gd0 = 1 for long-channel devices. 13) have superscripted “o” to differentiate these parameters from the same parameters but for other topologies.

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