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thanks your reply in it ,
i was simulation from ADS, assume matching impedance of the LNA at 150MHz,
and i was set input power of the two tone (150MHz , 1GHz) at -40dBm and 0dBm , The result power level in 1GHz than 150MHz to low,
i think that a phenomenon , maybe it possible that can't to import to high power on other frequency.
All CDMA phones have this issue since the transmitter and receiver run at the same time. They have a dual filter known as a duplexer. One filter passes Tx frequency and attenuates at Rx frequency to avoid spraying the Tx PA's broadband noise across the receive band. The other filter is the Rx side path which attenuates the Tx frequency to avoid it overloading the receiver stages while passing the receiver frequencies.
The problem is dynamic range. At RF power levels long before there is enough power to literally shut down the LNA there is damage done by intermodulation products that cause interference on the receiver RF channel.
tony_lth thanks your reply,
sorry!!i am description problem condition are not enough,
i was repeat description this problem condition give you
my product include the GSM System , but the GSM will interference to receiver of VHF band
and the high power of the GSM will import to LNA of the transistor, and the transistor been to damage.
but the GSM antenna close to VHF band antenna.
i'm think the Phenomenon of this problem , Have a possible the GSM antenna close to VHF antenna ,and coupling the high power
in to LNA of the transistor and it was damage,
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RFinFLA thanks your reply,
i am understand ,Between antenna and RF system have a filter,but my system have't.
maybe i am discovered the problem .
The space of the two antenna should be at least 4-5 wavelengths away. Say 300M, the wavelengths is 1m. SO maybe you can arrange the two antenna at least 5 m.
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Say GSM power is +50dBm, the GSM antenna have 20dB gain, so GSM emits about +70dBm. Say the coupled cofficient is -30dBc. So GSM signal input your VHF antenna is +40dBm. You VHF antenna gain for GSM is -10dB, so input your LNA GSM power is +30dBm. That can destroy most of the LNA.
Say your VHF LNA IP1dB is -10dBm, so you need a filter than can supress the GSM about -40dB. To make sure your VHF LNA work in linearity, at least you need to supress the GSM about -60dB.
So you need a filter that have insertion loss about 0.2dB for VHF, and 60dB for GSM.
Hope this can help you.