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CMM9000-QT, 1.5 to 6 GHz GaAs MMIC Packaged Driver Amplifier

January 17, 2011
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November 20, 2007, Houston, Texas – Mimix Broadband, Inc. introduces today a two-stage feedback driver amplifier offered in a 3x3mm surface mount QFN package. Using 0.50 micron gate length GaAs MESFET device model technology, the buffer amplifier covers the 1.5 to 6 GHz frequency bands and achieves a small signal gain of 15 dB, with +15 dBm P1dB across the band. Identified as the CMM9000-QT, this device includes integrated DC blocking capacitors and RF choke inductors on-chip and is fully matched, eliminating the need for external components. This driver amplifier is well suited for a variety of wireless infrastructure, instrumentation, satellite communications and defense applications. “The CMM9000-QT compliments our current product line of integrated, self-biased, multi-stage buffer amplifiers and gain blocks covering DC to 20 GHz,” stated Amer Droubi , Product Manager, Mimix Broadband, Inc. “By eliminating the use of any external components, the CMM9000-QT greatly simplifies board design and reduces board area, making application easy and substantially improving time to market.” Mimix performs 100% RF testing on the device. Production quantities are available today from stock. Technical support is also available from Mimix's applications engineers at 281.988.4600. The datasheet and additional product information can be obtained from the Mimix Broadband website at

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