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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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2007-03-12 Industry's finest awarded at China's first ACE Awards
China had its first Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards this month, celebrating the creators of technology and how they impact the industry.
2007-12-07 India's Reliance funds U.S. wireless comms firm
The Reliance ADA Group, through it's venture capital arm Reliance Technology Ventures, has invested in E-Band Communications, a U.S.-based designer and manufacturer of multigigabit wireless communication systems.
2005-07-19 India opens electronics test center
India is moving to install the infrastructure needed for electronics manufacturing.
2006-07-11 India launches initiative to develop photonics
India's Department of Information Technology launched programs to develop local photonics capability.
2002-09-01 IFS Pro 'Universal' Spice model rolls
Interactive Products is using lossy transmission-line analysis to create a universal Spice model, a claim that puts it in direct competition with heavyweights like Ansoft and Agilent.
2013-05-14 Identify interference in complex RF environments
One RF recording technique that may prove particularly useful in addressing this problem is gapless capture.
2009-06-19 IDC: APAC base stations to hit 3M by 2012
Market research firm IDC predicts that there will be over 3 million base stations and over 1.8 million cell sites in APAC by 2012.
2012-03-01 IBM jumps final quantum computing hurdle
Researchers reported breakthroughs such as millisecond coherence times in quantum computing technology.
2012-02-01 I/Q demodulator offers 700MHz to 3GHz frequency
The LTC5585 supports baseband output demodulation bandwidth of more than 530MHz that can support new generation wideband LTE multimode receiver requirements.
2007-03-02 I/Q demodulator cuts 3G, WiMAX receiver costs
Linear Tech has announced a high-linearity, direct-conversion I/Q demodulator that promises to reduce the cost of 3G and WiMAX base station receivers.
2005-10-03 HyperLynx update supports Serdes design
New capabilities of this signal-integrity product will help ease PCB design using Serdes interconnects.
2003-10-31 Hybrid tunnel diodes could leapfrog Moore's Law
Semiconductor researchers have known since the 1950s that the quantum-confinement effects of tunnel diodes boost circuit speed and current handling while reducing component count and power consumption.
2014-05-06 How IoT is changing the component industry
A good way for the IoT idea to expand is to add intelligence to mainstream products in the form of MCU/MPU and sensor.
2004-04-05 Household appliances boost touchscreen-panel demand
Touchscreen-panel makers are boosting their capacities, spurred by a strong demand from the household-appliance sector.
2004-03-08 Household appliances boost touchscreen panel demand
Touchscreen panel makers are boosting their capacities, spurred by a strong demand from the household-appliance sector.
2007-10-01 High-bandwidth services via carrier Ethernet
Carrier Ethernet is now playing a significant new role in metro, edge and core networks as part of a mixed technology solution, as Asia's mobile operators increase their focus on HSDPA technologies.
2004-02-18 Hengyi capacitor offers good self-concrescence
Hengyi Electrical's CBB-metalline capacitor comes in a small, lightweight package with small tangent angle and good self-concrescence.
2007-12-24 HD audio nixes interference, maintains power budget
By combining very small packet sizes with an adaptive frequency allocation algorithm, STS claims to have nixed interference while maintaining HD audio within a power budget that maintains long battery life for portable devices.
2005-09-05 HBTs deliver 0.75dB noise at 6GHz
Infineon Technologies unveiled its new SiGe:C process technology for cost-effective, high-performance RF semiconductor devices.
2008-05-23 Harvard prof develops room-temp THz laser
A Harvard University professor has demonstrated a heterodyning method cast in nonlinear materials that mixes two easy-to-generate optical frequencies spaced apart at the desired terahertz frequency, resulting in a room-temperature terahertz laser.
2006-05-16 Handset features still not a wrap
The product-definition uncertainty that roiled the smart phone and PDA communities a decade ago has returned with a vengeance, as advanced services like mobile broadcast video and HSDPA leave handset developers pondering what to keep in and what to leave out of a slim-line design.
2010-08-25 Handheld spectrum analyzers cover up to 43GHz
The MS272xC series from Anritsu Co. includes five models offering a very broad frequency range, so there is no need to take benchtop spectrum analyzers into the field to measure signals above 20GHz.
2009-08-25 Handheld analyzers simplify wireless field tests
The introduction of Anritsu's 'E' platform for handheld analyzers redefines wireless field test.
2015-11-25 Handheld analysers tout visual inspection capability
Anritsu introduced the Video Inspection Probe measurement mode for its cable and antenna analysers to streamline optical link verification for wireless networks.
2009-04-21 Group claims smallest diamond transistor
University of Glasgow researchers have developed what they claim to be the smallest diamond transistor ever with 50nm gate lengths.
2005-05-25 Gresham introduces 3.6KW power shelf modules
Gresham Power introduces 1,200W power cassettes for use with its Strongbox front-end power shelf that complement existing 600W and 800W models.
2015-06-22 Grasping semi-additive fabrication
Printed circuit board trace width and spacing as fine as 1.25 mils can be maintained over distance within extremely tight tolerance.
2004-12-16 GPS means more than location
The global positioning system has become a Swiss-army knife of navigational services, used for everything from pinpointing location to farming and advertising.
2015-09-22 Global motion sensors market to hit $6.45B by 2020
The market is driven by the adoption of motion sensors in multiple industries, the rising use of mobile devices, and the rapidly growing interactive gaming industry, noted Research and Markets.
2009-09-30 Getting capacity up for backhaul links
The demand for higher capacity is relentless, and the data rate of next-generation LTE and WiMAX networks can rise to a peak of 150Mbit/s per connection.
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