Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) of 5 – 6 GHz using Various Architecture for LTE: A Review

  • Nurul Husna Kahar
  • Abu Bakar Ibrahim
  • Che Ghani Che Kob
  • Abdul Rani Othman

Abstract

Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) portrays as a crucial component in the receiving end of the communication system. The evolution of front-end LNA receiver becomes preferable to give better performance that covered a variety of wireless standard applications such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, WIMAX and LTE. LNA is an integral part of wireless communication system that essentially to minimize the additional noise that influence block in the receiver of communication system. Correspondingly, the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) in Release 8 discovered the long term evolution (LTE) and expresses it as evolving in mobile communication that can provide users with high-rise data rates, high in capacity and accumulates more user. This paper presents a useful insight of important reviews of a previous work for 5 – 6 GHz frequency range with various architecture significant suitable in designing LNA for LTE. To summarize, this paper gives an idea of the architecture of LNA will be of great accessibility for RF wireless communication.

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Published
2020-06-15
How to Cite
KAHAR, Nurul Husna et al. Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) of 5 – 6 GHz using Various Architecture for LTE: A Review. International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering Innovation, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 2, p. 11-19, june 2020. Available at: <http://myjms.moe.gov.my/index.php/ijarei/article/view/9563>. Date accessed: 11 aug. 2020.
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