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Vitzilaios; Georgios
Galatsi, GR
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7554397 Highly linear low-noise amplifiers June 30, 2009
A predistortion method for CMOS Low-Noise-Amplifiers (LNAs) to be used in Broadband Wireless applications is presented. The method is based on the nulling of the third order Intermodulation distortion (IMD3) of the main amplifier by a highly nonlinear predistortion branch. Maximum third
7489192 Low-noise amplifiers February 10, 2009
A low-noise amplifier, that utilizes multiple monolithic transformer magnetic feedback to simultaneously neutralize the gate-drain overlap capacitance of the amplifying transistor and achieve high gain at high frequencies when driving an on-chip capacitance, is shown. The multiple tr

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