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I developed the condition (1.34) in the 1990s and have been applying it in many successful design projects, although it has not been published. We will now pursue equation (1.34). This equation represents the condition by which a perfect LNA with a minimum noise gure and maximum gain can be simultaneously approached after the input and output impedance matching networks are implemented. Let s return to Figures 1.2 and 1.4 for the raw device testing. It can be found that * the S,opt and S11 do not satisfy condition (1.34), but are in the condition of (1.35). This is the reason for the problem in Figure 1.6, where the points G of maximum gain and N of minimum noise gure were very far apart and not in conjugate locations to each other; therefore the gain and noise gure circles did not overlap after the implementation of the input and output impedance matching networks. Consequently, in Figure 1.6, it was impossible to simultaneously achieve a maximum gain and a minimum noise gure. It should be re-iterated that the implementation of the input impedance matching * network cannot change the deviation status between S,opt and S11, since S,opt and * are determined by the raw device only and are basically independent of the S11 impedance matching network. Simultaneous Approach of Both NFmin and Gmax On the surface, it seems as though the purpose of raw device testing is the starting point for impedance matching. Actually, the more important purpose of this testing is to judge whether a raw device could build a good LNA or not, that is, to check whether condition (1.34) is satis ed or not. Should condition (1.34) not be satis ed, impedance matching design should be halted and possible means to satisfy or approach condition (1.34) should be sought. Three major schemes are used to satisfy condition (1.34) in the step of raw device testing: 1) Increasing or decreasing the current drain, ID; The S parameters as well as the values of S,opt change as the current drain is * varied. The condition G S , opt = S11 could be reached with an appropriate amount of current drain. 2) Changing the device size The S parameters as well as the values of S,opt change as the device size is * varied. The condition G S , opt = S11 could be reached with an appropriate device size. Of course, this scheme is only available to the IC designer and not to the designer implementing a circuit by discrete parts. 3) Addition of degeneration part According to empirical design experience in practical design, this is an easy way to achieve success. Due to space limitations, we are only going to apply the third scheme to the design example. Readers are encouraged to apply the rst and second in their designs since both are very effective as well. Usually, it is easier to approach the condition * G S , opt = S11 by the use of multiple combined schemes rather than only one. Figure 1.8 shows a degeneration inductor, Ldegen, applied to the source of the MOSFET transistor.
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Besides the environment variables, a shell script allows you to set and use your own variables within the script. Setting variables allows you to temporarily store data and use it throughout the script, making the shell script more like a real computer program. User variables can be any text string of up to 20 letters, digits, or an underscore character. Also, user variables are case sensitive, so the variable Var1 is different from the variable var1. This little rule often gets novice script programmers in trouble. Values are assigned to user variables using an equal sign. No spaces can appear between the variable, the equal sign, and the value (another trouble spot for novices). Here are a few examples of how to assign values to user variables:
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