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    Which transistor need to be chosen for designing KU-Band LNA Design high gain, low NF

    I wanted to design LNA with high gain, low NF and high linearity, which transistor I need to choose. Which one I have to choose HBT, HEMT, CMOS, BJT. Can you guide me, which is best transistor to obtain my desired parameters in the KU Band (12 - 18 GHz).

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    Re: Which transistor need to be chosen for designing KU-Band LNA Design high gain, lo

    Abundant ready for salvaging inside discarded LNBs from satellite receiver parabolas. Come complete with all the supporting circuitry and board if you want.

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    Re: Which transistor need to be chosen for designing KU-Band LNA Design high gain, lo

    Quote Originally Posted by pusparaga View Post
    high gain, low NF and high linearity, ...... (12 - 18 GHz).
    + how many gain you wanna achieve for your sys ?
    + NF ?
    + How about your IIP3, P1dB ?
    If you can list out the above bullet points, it s easy to specify process n propose a suitable structure/
    Have fun
    TM



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