1. XP1008 11 To 16 GHz GaAs MMIC Power Amplifier
    Mimix Broadband’s three stage 11.0-16.0 GHz GaAs MMIC power amplifier is optimized for linear operation with a third order intercept point of +38.5 dBm. This MMIC uses Mimix Broadband’s 0.15 µm GaAs PHEMT device model technology, and is based upon electron beam lithography to ensure high repeatability and uniformity
  2. 433-MHz To 470-MHz Transmit/Receive Front End Module: RF6504
    The RF6504 Transmit/Receive Front End Module features 1 dB interface Rx insertion loss, a separate 50? Tx/Rx Transceiver, and 30 dBm Tx output power. Two separate ports can be found on the device (Rx and Tx) The Rx port is a pass through port, and the Tx section provides a PA with nominal output power of 30dBm and 15dB gain. Both combine to one antenna port with a SP2T switch.
  3. Thin-Film Directional Couplers (CP0603A0836BWTR)
    The ITF SMD Coupler is based on thin-film multilayer technology. The technology provides a miniature part with excellent high frequency performance and rugged construction for reliable automatic assembly.
  4. E-pHEMT MMIC For Optical Networks
    Optical Networks are one of the key infrastructures for the broadcasting and telecommunication industry. FTTH, fiber to the home, is the basis for the optical cable installation as well. RF MMIC devices are used in many of the applications for converting optical signals to RF signals and vice versa. CATV broadcasting, satellite broadcasting, high speed internet, IPTV(Internet Protocol Television), VOD(Video on Demand) and other telecommunication applications can be converged through optical networks and is now expanding its market in various territories.
  5. Custom Thin Film Metalized Substrates
    Johanson Technology offers a wide range of dielectrics for use in application specific environments. These materials are available in both lapped and "as fired" condition as well as metalized and non-metalized substrates...
  6. RF5325 - Front End Module
    Capable of switching between Wi-Fi Rx, Wi-Fi Tx, and Bluetooth® Rx/Tx operations, the SP3T switch can perform as a splitter for Rx Wi-Fi combo mode. These FEMs meet or exceed the RF front end needs of 802.11b/g Wi-Fi RF systems.
  7. RFIC Packaging And Assembly Services
    From prototypes to production, M/A-COM provides time-to-market solutions in the design, manufacture, and test of RFIC multi-chip modules for the commercial and defense markets. M/A-COM provides U.S. based packaging and testing services for ceramic, BGA, LGA, and chip scale services

    Custom MMIC has developed two new LNA MMIC that operate in the 6-18 GHz frequency and feature a 1.5 dB noise figure

  9. MMA-121630: 12 To 16 GHz Fully Matched MMIC Power Amplifier
    The MMA-121630 is a 12-16 GHz GaAs MMIC amplifier. Small signal gain is typically 26.0 dB across band. It typically provides 31 dBm power at P-1dB. This part can be used in VSAT, point to point,and defense applications, Hi-rel and space screening is available.
  10. Front End Module (FEM) for WiFi 802.11a/n/ac Systems: RFFM4501E

    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.