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Jose Cabanillas, Prasad S Gudem, Namsoo Kim, Cristian Marcu, Anup Savla: Low noise and low input capacitance differential MDS LNA. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Larry J Moskowitz, William M Hooks, May 17, 2011: US07944298 (23 worldwide citation)

A differential low noise amplifier (LNA) involves two main amplifying transistors biased in saturation, and two cancel transistors biased in sub-threshold. In one example, the gates of the cancel transistors are coupled to the drains of main transistors, in a symmetrical and cross-coupled fashion. T ...


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Cristian Marcu, Jafar Savoj: Adaptive signal scaling in NFC transceivers. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Joseph Hanasz, July 5, 2016: US09384373

Exemplary embodiments are directed to adaptive signal scaling in NFC transceivers. A transceiver may include a programmable load modulation element configured for load modulation in a tag mode. Further, the transceiver may include a sensing element for measuring an amount of power harvested by the t ...


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Jose Cabanillas, Prasad S Gudem, Namsoo Kim, Cristian Marcu, Anup Savla: Low noise and low input capacitance differential mds lna. Qualcomm Incorporated, Qualcomm Incorporated, June 18, 2009: US20090153244-A1

A differential low noise amplifier (LNA) involves two main amplifying transistors biased in saturation, and two cancel transistors biased in sub-threshold. In one example, the gates of the cancel transistors are coupled to the drains of main transistors, in a symmetrical and cross-coupled fashion. T ...


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Cristian Marcu, Jafar Savoj: Nfc device having a differential input envelope detector. Qualcomm Incorporated, April 5, 2012: US20120083205-A1

A differential input envelope detector receives an unamplified Near Field Communication (NFC) input signal from an NFC antenna and downconverts an NFC intelligence signal to baseband. In one example, the NFC input signal includes the NFC intelligence signal modulated onto a carrier. The differential ...