A DC-coupled RF Amplifier in CMOS with DC-feedback


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Werf, R. van der and Annema, A.J. and Nauta, B. and Tudose, A. (2002) A DC-coupled RF Amplifier in CMOS with DC-feedback. In: ProRISC 2002, 13th Workshop on Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, 28-29 November 2002, Veldhoven, the Netherlands (pp. pp. 547-550).

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Abstract:A CMOS multistage RF amplifier with DC coupling is presented. A complete optimisation of the various stages is done to maximize the RF gain for a given power budget. To decrease the effects of offsets and tolerances in high gain multistage amplifiers usually (lossy) AC coupling is used. The presented circuit employs DC coupling and DC control circuitry to avoid coupling-induced
losses. Compared to existing competing AC-coupled designs the presented one has much more gain at the same power consumption with a lower die area. For the 3-stage design vehicle, with Rsrc = 500Ω and Cout = 400fF, the maximal signal power gain at 4mA supply current is 33dB at 1.9GHz.
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