semiconductors-ics-products

  1. 1W MMIC For CATV-HFC Line Extender
    9/7/2010

    High definition display such as full HD, Plasma TV and LED TV is currently expanding its market share in individual homes. HD quality programs and contents are also broadcasted through various channels by satellite TV, HDTV, VOD and 3D TV. CATV cables do not only deliver cable TV, but also two-way broadband internet to each subscriber. All these contents require higher definition quality for better viewing experience.

  2. 6-11 GHz Low Noise Amplifier: CMD186P3
    5/28/2013

    The CMD186P3 is a broadband MMIC low noise amplifier housed in a leadless 3x3 mm plastic surface mount package. The CMD186P3 is ideally suited for EW and communications systems where small size and low power consumption are needed.

  3. GPS Filter-LNA Front-End Module: ALM-1912
    12/2/2009
    The Avago ALM-1912 is a GPS front-end module that combines a GPS FBAR filter with High-gain Low-noise amplifier (LNA). The LNA uses Avago's proprietary GaAs enhancement-mode pHEMT process to achieve high gain with very low noise figure and high linearity.
  4. SMT Packaged GaAs MMIC Receivers
    9/6/2006
    Mimix Broadband, Inc. provides a family of Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) receivers in RoHS-compliant, surface mount technology (SMT) packages, covering 11 to 45 GHz...
  5. GaAs MMIC I/Q Mixers
    4/6/2013

    These GaAs MMIC I/Q Mixers are ideal for applications involving point-to-point radio, point-to-multi-point radio, sensors, military radar, satellite communications, EW, and ELINT. Two different models are available in this series with frequency range coverage of 24-28 GHz, and 8-12 GHz.

  6. Transmit/Receive Front End Modules
    11/16/2012

    These transmit/receive front end modules (FEMs) operate in the 169 to 170 MHz frequency range and are ideal for automated meter reading, advanced metering infrastructure, ISM systems, and other current-sensitive applications. Two different models are available. The SKY65367-11 Front End Module includes a Power Amplifier (PA) capable of more than +29 dBm of transmit output power, and the SKY66100-11 FEM includes a Power Amplifier (PA) capable of more than +24 dBm of transmit output power.

  7. 2.0V to 3.6V 2.4GHz Front End Module: RF6555
    11/16/2011
    RFMD's RF6555 is a Front End Module (FEM) with a TX Output Power of 18 dBm, and a TX Gain of 25dB. It's ideal for WLAN and ZigBee® applications in the 2.4GHz to 2.5GHz band. In addition to its internal integrated LNA bypass mode, this FEM also integrates the PA plus harmonic filter in the transmit path. The RF6555 Front End Module provides a single balanced TDD access for RX and TX paths along with two ports on the output for connecting a diversity solution or a test port.
  8. Surface Mount Limiter Diodes For Receiver Protection Applications
    4/5/2012
    These surface mount limiter diodes are ideal for applications involving receiver protection in military, commercial, and infrastructure market segments. They deliver low loss, low series inductance, and low capacitance. Additionally, this series is designed as shunt connected PIN diodes for high power limiter functions ranging from 10 MHz to over 6 GHz. These limiter diodes can handle high power and low thermal resistance (40°C/W).
  9. High Gain GaAs MMIC Buffer Amplifiers
    3/8/2007
    Mimix Broadband, Inc. provides two gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) two stage buffer amplifiers. Using 0.15 micron gate length GaAs pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistor (pHEMT) device model technology, these buffer amplifiers, identified as XB1007-BD and XB1008-BD, cover 4 to 11 GHz and 10 to 21 GHz, respectively
  10. APECS High Precision Thick Film Substrates
    5/31/2011
    APECS means tighter tolerances & lower costs – Using the DuPont Fodel® process as a base technology, Anaren Ceramics’ precision thick film technology (better known as APECS) pushes thick film technology to a best-in-class position from which we can meet or exceed thin film tolerances -- at a far more affordable price point.