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A 140 GHz to 170 GHz active tunable noise source development in SiGe BiCMOS 55 nm technology

Abstract : A new approach of millimeter wave (mmW) integrated active noise source (NS) is introduced for noise characterization up to 170 GHz. This NS is based on a diode biased in avalanche regime in BiCMOS 55 nm (B55) technology from STMicroelectronics. In order to increase the noise sensitivity of setup using this NS, a two-stage cascode Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) composed of 4 high speed NPN transistors is cascaded at its output, targeting high available Excess Noise Ratios (ENRav). ENRav levels have been extracted, showing tunable values ranged between 0 dB to 37 dB in the 140-170 GHz frequency range.
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Victor Fiorese, Joao Carlos, Azevedo Goncalves, Simon Bouvot, Emmanuel Dubois, et al.. A 140 GHz to 170 GHz active tunable noise source development in SiGe BiCMOS 55 nm technology. 16th European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference (EuMIC 2021) Session EuMIC08 - Components and Subsystems for 100 GHz and Above, Apr 2022, Londres, United Kingdom. pp.125-128, ⟨10.23919/EuMIC50153.2022.9783645⟩. ⟨hal-03637553⟩

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