Newsletter | February 8, 2024

02.08.24 -- Beyond Silicon: The Potential Of Graphene In Semiconductors


Beyond Silicon: The Potential Of Graphene In Semiconductors

The first working semiconductor made of graphene outperformed one made of silicon, leading to speculation that graphene could be the future of computing. But will graphene replace silicon, despite challenges such as the lack of a natural bandgap, scalability, integration with existing technologies, and long-term reliability?


MMIC Technologies: Integrated Passive Devices (IPDs)

This article explains the basics of IPD technology and provides an overview of performance using Mini-Circuits' components as examples. Mini-Circuits' processes for reliability testing of all IPD products will also be discussed.

Pickering Interfaces Upgrades EMR PXI RF Multiplexer Solution

Explore high cycle switch applications, focusing on Pickering's semiconductor test customer. It highlights a reliable switch solution by a MEMS company that fills the gap left by legacy switching technologies.

Bias And RF Sequencing For GaN And LDMOS RF Power Devices

GaN HEMT (high-electron-mobility transistor) and LDMOS MOSFET (metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistor) are voltage-controlled field-effect transistors requiring specific bias sequencing to ensure safe operation.


On-Wafer Characterization At Sub-THz Frequencies

New technologies and applications extend into sub-THz frequencies in the D band and beyond. New semiconductor technologies and processes need to be commercialized to support these efforts.


AntaRx-Si3: New Inertial GNSS Smart Antenna From Septentrio

Fujitsu Highlights AI-Driven Network Technologies At MWC Barcelona 2024

Ericsson And IIT Kharagpur Partner For Joint Research In AI And Edge Compute

Fairview Microwave Launches Waveguide Power Dividers

RTX Works With AMD To Develop Next-Gen Multi-Chip Package

Abracon Announces Record Number Of New Product Introductions In 2023

Keysight Gains Validation For First 3GPP Release 16

Qorvo® To Acquire Anokiwave

Withwave Selects Menlo Microsystems’s Ideal Switch

Parallel Wireless, SOLiD Deliver Open RAN-Powered DAS Coverage Using 81% Less Power


GaAs MMIC Tunable Filter: MFBT-00001PSM

The MFBT-00001PSM offers low pass and high pass tuning capabilities, allowing users to create bandpass filters with variable center frequencies and % bandwidths.

Download Datasheet

• Request Information

Marki Microwave

High-Power Front End Module: QPF4658

The Qorvo QPF4658 is an integrated front end module (FEM) designed for Wi-Fi 6 & 6E (802.11ax) systems. The small form factor and integrated matching minimizes layout area in the application. 

Download Datasheet

• Request Information


Connect With RF Globalnet: