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What is Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC)?
A Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) is a type of IC that operates at microwave frequencies (300MHz to 300GHz), performing such functions as microwave mixing, power amplification, low-noise amplification and high-frequency switching.
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2004-05-13 WLAN transceiver MMIC-AN21
This app note presents the P35-4713-1 MMIC single transceiver that complements the P35-4710-1 and P35-4712-1 transceivers.
2004-05-13 WLAN transceiver MMIC-AN20
This app note presents the MMIC single chip transceiver designed used in P35-4775-1 power amplifier and T/R switch, as well as transceivers requiring +20dBm output power.
2004-05-13 WLAN transceiver MMIC-AN19
This app note presents the P35-4710-1 MMIC, a single WLAN chip transceiver, with amplification, routing, oscillator and mixing functions.
2003-09-19 Using the ACD0900 Downconverter MMIC for CATV
This application note describes the use if the ACD0900 downconverter MMIC in CATV networks.
2001-06-15 Techniques to achieve high-isolation with GaAs MMIC switch chips
This application note describes techniques to obtain the maximum possible isolation when using GaAs MMIC switch chips.
2010-03-03 RFMD, SELEX extend GaAs MMIC partnership
SELEX Galileo and RFMD have extended of their collaboration to develop high-frequency GaAs MMIC solutions focused on SELEX's electronically-scanned phased array radar systems.
2006-10-18 Renesas SiGe MMIC touts 'lowest' dissipation
Renesas claims its 3.3V SiGe MMIC power amp delivers high gain at the industry's lowest dissipation level for a SiGe MMIC.
2001-06-04 Positive voltage control of GaAs MMIC control devices
This application note discusses a configuration that allows the user to drive GaAs control devices with standard CMOS logic gates.
2013-06-17 Northrop Grumman rolls GaAs MMIC power amplifiers
The APH667 and the APH668 are GaAs-based broadband, three-stage amplifier devices that operate from 81 to 86GHz and 71 to 76GHz, respectively.
2006-08-30 New LNA MMIC from UBEC gets BSMI certification
Uniband Electronic has announced a new 3.3V wideband LNA MMIC with internal input/output matching and high/low gain controlthe UA2725.
2002-10-24 MMIC thermal resistance
This application note discusses how thermal resistance values can be calculated in MMIC devices.
2008-04-30 MMIC switch addresses multiband antenna tuning
NEC addresses multiband antenna tuning with its recently launched UPG2189TB high power spst GaAs MMIC switch.
2005-03-11 MMIC supplier takes stake in Taiwan packaging house
Mimix Broadband Inc., a supplier of monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), on Wednesday (March 9) said that it has acquired a majority stake in Hocom Communications Inc., a MMIC test, inspection and packaging operation based in Hsinchu, Taiwan.
2007-03-19 MMIC power amps target military, space amps
Hittite Microwave announced five GaAs PHEMT 1W and 2W MMIC power amplifiers that cover the 6-13GHz range for point-to-point and point-to-multipoint radios, test instrumentation, military and space applications.
2010-05-26 MMIC power amps extend X-Band frequency range
Cree Inc. has launched five new GaN HEMT MMIC amplifiers that increase the range of frequencies available through X-Band.
2011-11-22 MMIC power amp delivers >22dBm up to 30GHz
GigOptix wideband distributed power amplifier boasts frequency coverage that extends up to 90GHz.
2006-02-16 MMIC LNA targets industrial sensor apps
Hittite introduced a new GaAs pHEMT MMIC low noise amplifier designed for microwave radio, military and industrial sensor applications.
2003-02-24 MMIC amps target 3G wireless
Hittite Microwave's HMC455LP3 and HMC461LP3 GaAs InGaP HBT MMIC amps are designed for wireless apps operating in the 1.7GHz and 2.5GHz range.
2001-06-06 MMIC amplifier biasing procedure
This application note presents some guidelines on the proper biasing of MMIC amplifiers.
2006-08-08 Mimix unrolls GaAs MMIC balanced PA, driver amp
Mimix Broadband has introduced a GaAs MMIC three-stage balanced power amplifier and complementary three-stage driver amplifier.
2006-10-25 Mimix intros line of SMT-packaged MMIC transmitters
Mimix Broadband has introduced a family of GaAs MMIC transmitters in RoHS-compliant SMT packages, covering 10GHz to 45GHz.
2013-09-13 M/A-COM rolls out GaAs MMIC amplifier
The MAAP-011027 operates over the 5.2-5.9GHz frequency bandwidth and is a two stage, 8W saturated C-band power amplifier with 37 per cent power added efficiency.
2008-07-10 LNA GaAs MMIC fit for One-Segment broadcasting
From New Japan Radio Co Ltd comes the NJG1134HA8, a wideband low-noise amplifier (LNA) GaAs MMIC for tuner modules of One-Segment broadcasting.
2001-06-06 Layout guidelines for MMIC components
This application note describes layout techniques for MMIC devices.
2001-06-06 Introducing Hittite GaAs MMIC mixers
This application note describes Hittite's family of miniature double-balanced mixer chips developed with GaAs MMIC technology.
2007-03-22 Hittite unveils MMIC LNA, frequency multiplier
Hittite Microwave has introduced a GaAs PHEMT MMIC low noise AGC amplifier and a GaAs MMIC x2 active frequency multiplier for VSAT, fiber optics and other applications.
2006-02-09 Hittite rolls out new GaAs pHEMT MMIC LNA
Hittite Microwave has introduced a new GaAs pHEMT MMIC LNA which is designed for 75? CATV, STB, home gateway and digital TV applications.
2002-12-19 High IP3 MMIC LNA at 900 MHz
This report describes an application in which the BGA2011, a 900MHz high linear low noise amplifier, can be tuned for gain and input IP3.
2002-12-19 High IP3 MMIC LNA at 1.8-2.4 GHz
This report describes an application in which the BGA2012, a 1.8 to 2.4GHz high linear low noise amplifier, can be tuned for gain and input IP3.
2001-06-06 Handling, mounting, bonding GaAs MMIC die
This application note discusses the handling, mounting and bonding considerations for GaAs MMIC dice.
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