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In this case, the contribution of the thermal noise can significantly degrade the quality of the received signal as it propagates through the chain. However, this degradation is mostly done in the first few blocks of the receiver where the signal level is low. It is shown that once the aggregate noise that appears at the LNA and the desired signal are amplified to a higher level well above the noise of the following stages, the impact of those following stages is eliminated. This agrees with the noise figure formula described earlier.
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