A current-mode mm-wave direct-conversion receiver breaking trade-offs among bandwidth, NF and linearity is designed and realized in 65nm CMOS. The 60GHz receiver employs novel Frequency-staggered Series Resonance Common Source (FSRCS) stage to extend RF bandwidth with superior noise performance. The receiver's current-mode operation offers excellent out-of-band blocker tolerance and linearity. With on-chip quadrature LO generations, the fabricated receiver simultaneously achieves minimal noise figure of 3.8dB, RF bandwidth of 7.5GHz, output P1dB of 1dBm, maximum conversion gain of 32dB, and IRR of -35dB. The receiver is capable of tolerating out-of-channel blocker up to -9dBm at 3.5GHz away. It occupies silicon area of 1.3mm2 and draws 25.5mA from 1 V supply.