A Baseband Ultra-Low Noise SiGe:C BiCMOS 0.25 µm Amplifier And Its Application For An On-Chip Phase-Noise Measurement Circuit

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Godet, Sylvain; Tournier, Éric; Llopis, Olivier; Cathelin, Andreia; Juyon, Julien;
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [SPI.TRON]Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electronics | high-gain | [ SPI.TRON ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electronics | ultra-low noise | amplifier

4 pages; International audience; The design and realization of an ultra-low noise operational amplifier is presented. Its applications are integrated low-frequency noise measurements in electronic devices and on-chip phase-noise measurement circuit. This paper discusses... View more
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