Low Noise K-Band MMIC Receiver Module

Kyung-Wan YU  In-Bok YOM  Man-Seok UHM  Dong-Phil JANG  Jae-Hyun LEE  Seong-Pal LEE  

Publication
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics   Vol.E83-C   No.5   pp.750-754
Publication Date: 2000/05/25
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Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Recent Developments in Guided-Wave Problems)
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Keyword: 
frequency converter,  low noise amplifier,  double-balanced mixer,  MMIC,  

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Summary: 
A 20 GHz-band GaAs MMIC receiver module has been developed using 0.15 µm HEMT technology process. It incorporates two front end low noise amplifiers, a double balanced diode mixer, and filters. The RF input frequency ranges 20.1 to 21 GHz and the IF output 1.1 to 2 GHz. Test results show an overall conversion gain of more than 27 dB, and less than a 2.2 dB noise figure. The image-rejection ratio greater than 21 dB has been obtained. The isolation between RF and IF ports is better than 27 dB, and between LO and IF is more than 50 dB.