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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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2014-04-03 Dealing with impedances on the test bench
Designers and producers of digital high-speed systems are about to confront the challenge of having to consider high-frequency design aspects.
2004-02-05 Cypress SoC delivers up to 50m wireless connectivity
Cypress Semiconductor has released its CYWUSB6935 2.4GHz radio SoC solution that delivers up to 50m or more of wireless connectivity for industrial apps.
2006-04-17 Cutting the last wire
Wireless power transmission has long been focused on the megawatts/milliwatts. Reno Rossetti insists it's time we bring this technology to portable wireless applications.
2008-10-07 Custom IC design, layouts, and productivity
There is a definite challenge in maintaining productivity when it comes to realizing a design. Anything that helps the layout with increasing productivity does it for me.
2004-03-30 Cree to acquire ATMI GaN, epitaxy business
Cree Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the gallium nitride (GaN) substrate and epitaxy business of Advanced Technology Materials Inc. (ATMI).
2003-10-31 Cree introduces XLamp LED family
Cree Inc. has entered the LED arena with the release of its XLamp product family.
2009-06-08 Cree inks transistor supply deal with Korea firm
Cree Inc. has signed a definitive agreement with RFHIC Corp. to supply GaN-on-SiC transistors to the South Korean company's GaN HEMT amplifier product families.
2006-03-30 COTS X-band multi-function MMIC with X-band radar functions
M/A-COM announced a new COTS dual-path X-band multi-function MMIC, which incorporates transmit and receive functions that are typically featured in X-band radar apps.
2008-02-07 Cordless phone enters next phase
The VTech 6032 is a handset/base combo built around the newly minted DECT 6.0 cordless standard.
2011-08-12 Controller IC power Samsung Galaxy S2
Atmel has announced that Samsung's Galaxy S II smartphone will use its capacitance touchscreen controller!the maXTouch mXT224E!that offers advanced noise rejection and brighter displays.
2011-05-09 Compound semiconductor dev't reflect diversification
Compound semiconductor companies are releasing new products that lead toward product diversification, according to Strategy Analytics.
2012-12-06 Compatibility of U2000 with Agilent instruments
Know how the U2000 Series USB power sensor performs source power calibration with the N5230A PNA-L and scalar analysis of a frequency converter with E5071C ENA.
2003-03-17 Compact wireless modules bring benefits
Manufacturers are seeking to incorporate cellular technology into existing products, or to develop niche products for comparatively small markets.
2008-07-29 Compact SPDT switch renders improved functions
NEC Corp. has developed an SPDT GaAs MMIC switch that delivers low insertion loss with high isolation from 2.4GHz to 6.0GHz frequency ranges.
2002-11-19 Collaboration to co-develop intelligent TD-SCDMA antenna
Datang Mobile Communication Devices Corp. Ltd and Xi'an Haitian Antenna Technology Corp. Ltd have collaborated to jointly develop a TD-SCDMA mobile communication intelligent antenna system.
2002-10-03 Collaboration launches smallest tri-band cellphone transmitter
Mitsubishi Electric and Kyocera Corp. have introduced the E-GSM/DCS/PCS-compatible transmitter for cellphone devices.
2004-03-19 Cohu sets up production plant in Philippines
Cohu Inc. announced that its Delta Design subsidiary has established a manufacturing operation in the Philippines.
2003-04-15 Cohu relocates operations to cut costs
Cohu Inc. has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Delta Design, is relocating its Littleton, Massachusetts, U.S.A. operation, to its headquarters facility in Poway, California.
2013-04-17 Coaxial-based VCO boasts frequency doubling feature
The oscillatoroperates at 6400MHz with a tuning voltage range of 0.3 Vdc to 4.7 Vdc and it features a typical phase noise of -100 dBc/Hz @ 10kHz offset and has good linearity.
2004-07-01 CMOS RF SoC design shoots for 60GHz
The article describes a potential design of an RF SoC that is backward-compatible with a 60GHz WLAN systems.
2015-09-10 Clock jitter attenuator boosts JESD204B serial interface
The HMC7044 offers a wide range of clock management and distribution features that make it possible for designers of base stations to build an entire clock design with a single device.
2006-07-03 Circuit material offers performance, low cost
Rogers Corp.'s new RO4450B-dx bondply is designed to offer high-frequency performance and low-cost circuit fabrication.
2008-05-20 Chip brings power efficiency to LDMOS base stations
NXP Semiconductors has launched the BLC7G22L(S)-130 base station power transistor!the first to feature its Gen7 LDMOS technology!optimized for high power use and Doherty amplifier applications.
2009-09-18 China, India mobile markets prep for 3G launch
As many mature mobile markets start to discuss the next evolution of their broadband networks, China and India are just launching their first 3G networks.
2008-07-11 China consumer IC market to continue growing, says CCID
Over the next five years, China's consumer IC market will develop smoothly and maintain an upward momentum, with a compound growth rate of 16.9 percent, forecast CCID Consulting.
2008-03-03 China braces for bigger IIC show
The annual International IC-China Conference & Exhibition (IIC-China) is on its 13th year, and it is bigger and better than ever.
2008-08-08 Cheaper magnets bring new breed of hybrid cars
Rare earth permanent magnets can achieve smaller, higher-performance motors and power generators. The rub is that they require an expensive, multistep process to fabricate.
2006-12-01 Cadence releases Virtuoso platform upgrade
Cadence Design Systems recently released an upgraded version of its Virtuoso custom design platform!the Virtuoso V6.1.
2009-11-24 Butterfly wing study to boost RFID security
QinetiQ and the University of Exeter are embarking on a three-year project to develop new anti-counterfeit and radio-frequency technologies based on a portfolio of patented technology.
2005-09-08 Building an end-to-end architecture that supports fixed mobile convergence
Fixed Mobile Convergence is receiving significant attention from the research community and telecom equipment vendors around the world. Is there an end-to-end architecture that will support FMC?
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