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Articles Tagged with ''circuits''

X-REL extends range with XTR60010 high-temperature crystal oscillator driver

 X-REL Semiconductor, the specialist in high reliability and extreme temperature integrated circuits, has broadened its clock and timing product line by introducing a low-power, small foot-print crystal oscillator driver, XTR60010. 


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Metrigraphics announces advanced microcircuit metallization process

 Metrigraphics, a process development and manufacturing resource for ultra-miniature passive circuits and structures, announced it has developed an advanced process for applying metal layers to circuit substrates and to polyimide layers on multilayer circuits. 


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eSurface taps electonics industry sales and marketing veteran for advisory board

 eSurface® Technologies, the developer of the eSurface proprietary process for printed circuit boards, announced the appointment of Judy Warner to the eSurface Technologies Advisory Board, effective immediately. 


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Metrigraphics' additive process yields substrate-based thin film circuits

 Metrigraphics, a process development and manufacturing resource for ultra-miniature passive circuits and structures, announced it has developed new breakthroughs in processing substrate-based ultra-miniaturized circuits. The additive processes used are an alternative to traditional chemical etching, which causes circuit lines to slope, resulting in performance variations and yield issues.  


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Metrigraphics announces flexible circuits with traces to three microns

 Metrigraphics, a process development and manufacturing resource for ultra-miniature passive circuits and structures, announced it has achieved large-scale production of micron-scale flexible circuits six or more layers high, with traces (circuit lines) as narrow as three microns (11.81 x 10-5 inches). The circuits are so flexible they can be wrapped around objects with diameters as small as a pencil. 


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Custom MMIC's 16 to 26 GHz double-balanced mixer offers high isolation

Custom MMIC, a developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs) is pleased to announce the release of the CMD179, a fundamental mixer in die form.


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Custom MMIC's DC to 20 GHz GaAs distributed driver amp offers positive gain slope, low noise figure

Custom MMIC, a developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits, is adding a new driver amplifier, the CMD192C5, to its growing product library. The CMD192C5 is the packaged version of the highly popular CMD192 amplifier that until now had only been available in die form.


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UltraSource Inc. featured in “Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Electronic Packaging”

Michael Casper, president & CEO of UltraSource Inc., a thin film ceramic microchip manufacturer is pleased to announce that UltraSource Inc. is featured in the publication titled “Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Electronic Packaging” by Rick Sturdivant and published by Artech House.


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Rogers highlights latest circuit materials & PCB techniques at IPC APEX EXPO

Rogers Corp. will be promoting its industry-leading printed circuit board (PCB) materials at the IPC APEX EXPO, being held March 25-27, 2014 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Convention Center (Las Vegas, NV). The IPC APEX EXPO, with more than 400 exhibiting companies and thousands of attendees, is a leading industry event for professionals involved in PCB design and manufacturing and electronic assembly and test.


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Custom MMIC's new 1-24 GHz GaAs driver amplifier delivers +20 dBm of output power

Custom MMIC, a developer of performance-driven monolithic microwave integrated circuits (MMICs), has added a new 1 to 24 GHz distributed driver amplifier in die form, the CMD197, to its growing product line.


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