New broadband tunable monolithic microwave floating active inductor

New broadband tunable monolithic microwave floating active inductor

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A new broadband MMIC floating active inductor is proposed for general purpose use in microwave circuits. This floating active inductor operates in a wide microwave frequency range and its size is independent of the inductance value. The new circuit has the following advantages:


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