PDF Icon"Designing an LNA for a CDMA front end,"LNA design is critical in modern communication systems.  Understanding necessary additional design considerations can save both time and money., Jarek Lucek and Robbin Damen, February, 1999

PDF Icon “A 2GHz Low-Distortion Low-Noise Two-Stage LNA Employing LowImpedance BiasTerminations and Optimum Inter-Stage Match for Linearity

Shah P., Qualcomm Inc. ESSCIRC 2000

PDF Icon “A 9mW, 900-MHz CMOS LNA with 1.05dB-Noise-Figure,” Gramegna G., STMicroelectronics. ESSCIRC 2000

PDF Icon “A Universal Dual Band LNA Implementation in SiGe-Technology for Wireless Applications,” Schmidt A., Infineon Technologies AG. ESSCIRC 2000

PDF Icon “Generating All 2-Transistor Circuits Leads to New Wide-Band CMOS LNAs,” Bruccoleri F., University of Twente. ESSCIRC 2000

PDF Icon “Using Capactive Cross-Coupling Technique in RF Low Noise Amplifiers and Down-Conversion Mixer Design,” Zhuo W., Texas A&M University. ESSCIRC 2000

PDF Icon A 1.5-V, 1.5-GHz CMOS Low Noise Amplifier,” Derek K. Shaeffer and Thomas H. Lee, IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS, VOL. 32, NO. 5, MAY 1997


PDF Icon “A Fully Integrated 1.9-GHz CMOS Low-Noise Amplifier,” Cheon Soo Kim,Min Park, Chung-Hwan Kim, Yeong Cheol Hyeon, Hyun Kyu Yu, Kwyro Lee, and Kee Soo Nam, IEEE MICROWAVE AND GUIDED WAVE LETTERS, VOL. 8, NO. 8, AUGUST 1998.