This lesson covers the concept of the shunt series amplifier, a crucial component in CMOS RF integrated circuits. It delves into the design and functioning of the wideband amplifier, focusing on the shunt series amplifier. The lesson explains how to calculate the low-frequency gain and estimate the bandwidth of the circuit. It also discusses the Norton equivalent model and the method of open circuit time constants. The lesson further provides an in-depth understanding of the circuit's gain and bandwidth using illustrative examples and calculations.

- The shunt series amplifier is a vital part of CMOS RF integrated circuits.
- The low-frequency gain and bandwidth of the circuit can be calculated using specific methods.
- The Norton equivalent model is used to find the gain of a circuit.
- The method of open circuit time constants can be used to estimate the bandwidth of the circuit.
- The gain and bandwidth of the circuit can be understood better through practical examples and calculations.

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