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Design a low noise amplifier using an Infineon RF transistor BFP640. The amplifier is to be used to amplify the L2 GPS signal and so the centre frequency is 1227MHz and bandwidth 40MHz. The requirements are a noise figure of less than 1.0dB, a gain of 20dB ±0.3dB and S22 should be less than -15dB over the entire bandwidth.
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