Signal amplification is a fundamental function in all wireless communication systems. Amplifiers in the receiving chain that are closest to the antenna receive a weak electric signal. Simultaneously, strong interfering signals may be present. Hence, these low noise amplifiers mainly determine the system noise figure and intermodulation behavior of the overall receiver. The common goals are therefore to minimize the system noise figure, provide enough gain with sufficient linearity, and assure a stable 50 Ω input impedance at a low power consumption.