By Arjuna Marzuki, Ahmad Ismat Abdul Rahim, Mourad Loulou
Monolithic Microwave built-in Circuit (MMIC) is an digital equipment that's familiar in all excessive frequency instant structures. In constructing MMIC as a product, knowing research and layout recommendations, modeling, size technique, and present traits are essential.
Advances in Monolithic Microwave built-in Circuits for instant platforms: Modeling and layout Technologies is a important resource of data on MMIC improvement, containing study on idea, layout, and functional ways to built-in circuit units. This publication 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 a person with an curiosity in monolithic instant gadget development.
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Thus this type of topology results in very high NF. It is given in Lee (2004) that the noise factor of this circuit is F ≥ 2 + (4 γ / α)(1 / gmR) where R = RS = R1, γ is the noise parameter and α = gm / gd0. gm is the transistor’s transconductance and gd0 is the transistor’s drain-source conductance at 0 VDS. This noise factor term is for low frequency of operation and not including the gate noise. For high frequency of operation, and if gate noise is to be considered, the noise performance will be much more degraded.
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