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2005-11-10 Two new amps from Hittite
Hittite Microwave announced an MMIC driver amplifier die and a surface mount packaged MMIC power amplifier targeted at microwave radio applications from 5GHz to 20GHz.
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.
2005-01-07 Hittite GaAs LNA spans 17GHz to 26GHz
Hittite announced the HMC517, a high dynamic range GaAs PHEMT MMIC low noise amplifier which covers the 17GHz to 26GHz frequency range.
2009-02-09 ADI slams lawsuit vs. Hittite
Analog Devices Inc. has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts against Hittite Microwave Corp.
2014-06-19 ADI sharpens RF edge with Hittite
The acquisition of Hittite is expected to reposition Analog Devices on the high-end of radio parts suppliers, strengthening its foothold in the industrial, communications infrastructure, and automotive markets.
2014-11-18 ADI sharpens acquisition skill with Hittite takeover
The $2 billion deal was about high frequency electronics, which is going to become more common, even ubiquitous, across multiple markets that Analog Devices already serves.
2015-07-30 ADI RF design tools now support Hittite products
Analog Devices acquired Hittite in 2014 and now offers the broadest portfolio of RF and microwave products covering the entire signal chain.
2005-07-15 VCOs support industrial, automotive and military apps to 24.8GHz
Hittite Microwave announced the release of three new GaAs HBT MMIC Voltage Controlled Oscillators for Point to Point/Multipoint, VSAT, Test Equipment and Industrial applications at 11-, 12- and 24GHz
2006-02-28 VCOs output cover 11.5 to 14.9GHz
Hittite Microwave has extended its line of GaAs HBT MMIC voltage-controlled oscillators with fundamental, half and quarter frequency outputs.
2006-10-05 VCOs deliver 'excellent' phase noise performance
Hittite Microwave's new VCOs are said to exhibit excellent phase noise performance up to -116dBc/Hz at 100kHz over temperature, shock and process variations.
2005-08-01 SPDT switch module spans 20GHz
Hittite Microwave has introduced the first wideband GaAs MMIC switch within the company's Connectorized Module Product Line.
2005-07-06 RoHs-compliant amp ICs boost signals across 6GHz to 25.5GHz
Hittite Microwave launched a line of MMIC based amplifiers for commercial and military markets, targeting point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, test equipment, sensors, and other applications from 6GHz to 25.5GHz.
2005-11-23 Multipliers deliver 20GHz to 31GHz
Hittite Microwave introduced two low noise GaAs MMIC x2 Active Frequency Multipliers that are designed for LO multiplier chains in microwave and VSAT radios.
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.
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.
2005-11-24 Mixers integrate LO driver amps
Hittite Microwave unveiled a mixer family with integrated local oscillator amplifiers designed for cellular/3G infrastructure apps from 0.7GHz to 1.4GHz.
2004-12-09 Microwave radio, test, and sensor apps get a low-noise boost
Hittite introduced a new family of low noise amplifiers for microwave radio, test and sensor applications from 7GHz to 32GHz.
2006-02-14 LNAs offer 0.06dB noise figure
Hittite Microwave released two new GaAs pHEMT MMIC low noise amplifiers which are designed for cellular/3G basestation and repeater applications.
2001-06-06 Layout guidelines for MMIC components
This application note describes layout techniques for MMIC devices.
2001-06-06 HMC313 biasing and impedance matching techniques
This application note describes proper operation and an explanation of the external components needed in order to insure maximum performance from the HMC313 HBT MMIC amplifier.
2001-06-06 HMC143/144 mixer operation note
This application note presents some guidelines to achieve best performance for the HMC143 and HMC144 double-balanced mixers.
2001-06-06 HMC141/142 mixer operation note
This application note presents some guidelines to achieve best performance for the HMC141 and HMC142 double-balanced mixers.
2001-06-06 Handling, mounting, bonding GaAs MMIC die
This application note discusses the handling, mounting and bonding considerations for GaAs MMIC dice.
2001-06-06 Handling guidelines for ESD protection of GaAs MMICs
This application note suggests some guidelines in dealing with ESD protection for GaAs MMIC devices.
2001-06-06 Floating ground SPNT MMIC switch driver techniques
This application note describes positive voltage control of MMIC multi-throw switches with floating-ground technique.
2005-07-26 Double-balanced surface mount mixers cover 14GHz to 32GHz
Hittite Microwave introduced three new surface mount packaged GaAs MMIC Double Balanced Mixers which are well suited for upconverter and downconverter apps
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