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A field-programmable (FP) low-noise amplifier (LNA) with interferer-reflecting (IR) loop is introduced. The user can program its gain, noise figure, linearity and power consumption during operation. The IR loop uses a frequency-selective shunt-shunt feedback around the noise-canceling LNA to reduce the input impedance out of band and to suppress the input voltage swing created by blockers. A notch filter at the desired operation frequency in the feedback path results in selectivity at the RFdoi:10.1109/jssc.2014.2364835 fatcat:t5lpulqpyvamdntsdd6csmbsle