semiconductors-ics-products

  1. SMT Packaged, GaAs MMIC, Sub-Harmonically Pumped Chipset
    2/16/2007
    Mimix Broadband, Inc. provides surface mount technology (SMT) packaged, gallium arsenide (GaAs) monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC), sub-harmonically pumped receiver and transmitter devices. These chips integrate an image reject sub-harmonic anti-parallel diode mixer, an LO buffer amplifier, and a low-noise amplifier for the receiver, and an output amplifier for the transmitter
  2. MHA-495433: 4.9 To 5.4 GHz 2W InGaP HBT MMIC Power Amplifier
    7/2/2008
    The MHA-495433 is a high-performance reliable MMIC power amplifier utilizing high-reliability, high-breakdown voltage InGaP HBT technology. Power MMIC is ideally suited for driver or output stages in wireless applications such as 802.16 WiMAX, 802.11 WLAN & ISM, point-to-point radios & Telecom Infrastructure. MHA-495433 HBT MMIC Power Amplifier Chip has 50-ohm fully-matched output, pre-matched input, on-chip DC blocking capacitor, active bias and power detector built into the chip.
  3. High-Linearity 2.5 GHz Front-End Modules (FEMs)
    8/13/2015

    Qorvo presents a new series of high-linearity 2.5 GHz Front-End Modules (FEMs) built for automotive Wi-Fi applications, 802.11b/g/n, and Bluetooth® systems. These devices feature integrated b/g/n power amplifiers, directional power detectors, RX balun, and TX filtering. Each FEM contains an ultra-small form factor and integrated matching that greatly reduces the number of external components and layout area in the customer application.

  4. Front End Module (FEM) for WiFi 802.11a/n/ac Systems: RFFM4501E
    1/30/2013

    This front end module (FEM) covers the 4.9 GHz to 5.85 GHz frequency range and features an integrated 4.9GHz to 5.85GHz amplifier, SPDT Tx/Rx Switch, LNA with bypass, and power detector coupler. It’s ideal for ISM band and WiFi applications, and for use with portable battery powered equipment, and WiFi access points, gateways, and set top boxes.

  5. XU1004-BD: 32 To 45 GHz GaAs MMIC Transmitter
    7/23/2007
    Mimix Broadband’s 32 to 45 GHz GaAs MMIC transmitter has a +14.0 dBm output third order intercept across the band. This device is a balanced, resistive pHEMT mixer followed by a distributed output amplifier and includes an integrated LO doubler and LO buffer amplifier
  6. 3.3V, 2.4GHz Front End Module: RF6505
    8/9/2011
    The RF6505 3.3V, 2.4GHz Front End Module integrates a complete solution in a single Front End Module (FEM) for WLAN and ZigBee® applications in the 2.4 GHz to 2.5 GHz band. This FEM integrates the PA plus harmonic filter in the transmit path and the LNA with bypass mode in the receive side. It 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.
  7. 40REC0382 35.0-45.0 GHz GaAs MMIC Receiver
    5/10/2004
    Mimix Broadband's 35.0-45.0 GHz GaAs MMIC receiver has a noise figure of 4.0 dB and 18.0 dB image rejection across the band...
  8. 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.
  9. ALM-1712 - GPS RF Front End Module With FBAR Filters
    12/2/2008
    Avago Technologies’ ALM-1712 is a GPS front-end module that combines a low-noise amplifier (LNA) with GPS FBAR filters. The LNA uses Avago Technologies’ proprietary GaAs Enhancement-mode pHEMT process to achieve high gain with very low noise figure and high linearity.
  10. Thin Film Processing
    3/24/2010
    Cobham MAL Ltd. has retained a thin film processing capability at its Milton Keynes facility for over 25 years. This well developed and regularly used process has been exploited by Cobham in its microwave assemblies and has been qualified into a number of aerospace, defense, communications and space products.