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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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2013-06-18 LS Research assembles dedicated team of RF design engineers
LS Research has announced that it will open the Antenna Shop, a team of RF design engineers who will optimise the performance RF products by designing custom antennas to fit specific applications.
2006-02-02 LNAs support satcom, radio systems
Mimix expanded its product line of gallium arsenide monolithic microwave IC low noise amplifiers with three new amps.
2005-07-15 Ka-band PAs and doubler target wireless communications apps
Mimix Broadband introduced a new line of Ka-band GaAs monolithic microwave integrated circuit products, including power amplifiers and a doubler, covering the 27GHz to 34GHz frequency bands
2005-06-22 Japanese researchers craft novel diamond semiconductor
Researchers at Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) have used a vapor deposition process to synthesize an n-type semiconducting 001 oriented diamond substrate.
2003-09-09 Ixys strengthens RF offering with acquisition
Ixys Corp. has acquired Microwave Technology Inc. (MwT), a manufacturer of GaAs field effect transistors, pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistors and microwave monolithic ICs.
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect.
2003-04-25 Intus to use Anadigm technology for decoder system
Intus GmbH has selected Anadigm Inc.'s Field Programmable Analog Array technology in a receiver/tone decoder system for aerospace applications.
2007-03-05 Integrating uplink desubchannelization and ranging modules for WiMAX
Altera provides building blocks to accelerate the development of a worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMAX) compliant base stations. All of Altera's WiMAX modules have I/O interfaces that ease integration into WiMAX systems with both Altera and non-Altera modules. This application note describes a reference design that demonstrates the integration of the Altera desubchannelization and ranging modules. The integration requires no glue logic, as the modules have been designed to seamlessly connect to one another.
2002-01-17 Initiative looks to drive 40Gbps optical networks
Component and systems vendors have allied to promote 40Gbps networking, hoping to convince carriers that the technology is feasible both in its economics and its complex physics.
2005-09-06 India plans for fab, nanotech in 2005-06
India's ministry of information technology has charted out its plan for 2005-2006, which, for the first time in several years, includes the allocation of 'seed money' to create a special purpose vehicle (a holding company) to establish a fabrication facility through government-private partnership.
2007-02-01 Improve your wideband RF design
Many onshore designers spend their time at the line-replaceable unit and system level, combining subassemblies to ultimately create the finished goods. The result is a product that looks good in theory, but fails to deliver when put in the field.
2005-08-04 IMEC project seeks to develop nanoscale oscillator for wireless devices
Global nanotechnology research center IMEC is seeking to demonstrate the concept of spin torque in a nanoscale microwave integrated oscillator for wireless integrated devices.
2002-10-24 IC products with GaAs integral drivers (on-chip)
This application note describes Alpha's IC products that have on-chip translators.
2012-01-24 How to make wideband measurements
Learn how to use Agilent PXA signal analyzer as a microwave down converter for an Infiniium oscilloscope or Acqiris digitizer running the 89600 VSA software.
2004-03-31 Honing a career in RF, antenna research
Peng Hongli's story hopes to shed some light on how to grow in the engineering industry through research.
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.
2003-06-23 Hitachi prototypes in-vehicle radar transmitter module
Hitachi has announced that it has developed a new technology that employs a ceramic multilayer substrate for an in-vehicle 76GHz milliwave radar transmitter module.
2015-02-10 High-speed digital design: Innovation at full-throttle
The rate at which semiconductor technology is advancing is fuelling the enhancement of ICs, leading to increasingly higher transistor densities and faster data speeds.
2005-04-20 High-power amp IC boosts signals for military, communications apps
Mimix Broadband introduced a GaAs MMIC two-stage, single ended, X-band high power amplifier, which integrates an on-chip gate bias circuit to simplify biasing.
2007-11-27 Handheld spectrum analyzer operates up to 7.5GHz
Boonton Electronics has introduced a handheld spectrum analyzer that operates at frequencies up to 7.5GHz and supports many microwave applications.
2003-05-27 Group Delay: explanations and applications
This application note discusses several aspects of group delay, such as why must filters have group delay, how is it related to signal delay and the relationship to excess loss in passive filters.
2006-06-16 Gore Phaseflex test assemblies operate at 100GHz
W. L. Gore & Associates announced the release of new Gore Phaseflex test assemblies with performance through 110GHz.
2008-02-07 GaAs MMIC packaging uses surface-mount tech
Mimix Broadband Inc. introduced surface mount technology (SMT) packaged, GaAs monolithic microwave IC receiver and transmitter devices that cover the 35-45GHz and 36-42GHz frequency bands.
2010-06-11 GaAs FET power amps rated for 18W, 30W
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. (TAEC) has expanded its Ku-Band GaAs FET lineup with two higher output power devices rated for 18- and 30W.
2002-04-26 Frost predicts long-term growth for signal generator market
The market for signal generators is expected to increase in the long term, according to market consulting and training firm, Frost and Sullivan.
2002-05-02 Frequency translating group delay
This application note discusses the frequency translating group delay application including its uses and general measurement techniques.
2002-02-22 Fire shuts down production operations in EFI
Electro-Films Inc. has halted production operations in its facility in Providence, Rhode Island, due to a fire that occurred on February 13, 2002.
2006-08-21 Filters, resonators perform from 2GHz to over 80GHz
DLI said its XtremeQ filters and resonators promise repeatable custom performance at frequencies from 2GHz to over 80GHz.
2002-07-09 FCSI RF amplifier provides 20dB gain
Fujitsu Compound Semiconductor Inc. has introduced the FMM5815GJ-1 PA MMIC that provides a typical gain of 20dB.
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