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OMMIC releases 200 GHz Fmax 30 V, 100 nm GaN/Si MMIC process

OMMIC announced the release of a new 200 GHz Fmax 30 V, 100 nm GaN/Si microwave and millimiter-wave MMIC process for application up to 100 GHz. This process is, for the time being, only open on a collaborative basis. Multi Chip Projects runs will soon be announced and the PDK will be available by the end of June 2013. 


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OMMIC Launches X-band Integrated Core Chip

OMMIC announces the release of a new X-band integrated Core Chip for T/R functions. This new device, called the CGY2170XUH, is the next generation of the previous X-band Core Chip. The MMIC is more versatile and consumes less power than the previous generation of Core Chips. It is ideal...
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OMMIC Introduces Application Board at 2.5 to 2.7 GHz

OMMIC announces the introduction of a new Reference Design (Application Board) at 2.5 GHz. This reference design is particularly targeted at new applications such as the 4G mobile standard Long Term Evolution (LTE) and WiMAX base stations in the 2.5 to 2.7 GHz band, but can also be used...
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OMMIC Launches New X-band Phase Shifter MMIC

OMMIC announces the introduction of a new phase shifter MMIC for X-band applications. Applications for the new device include Weather and Military Radars, Satellite Communications and Phased Array Applications in general. The CGY2172XUH is a 6-bit phase shifter MMIC with a LSB of 5.625° that covers the band 8...
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Highly Integrated MMIC Solutions for C-band Applications

The technique of directing an antenna electronically rather than mechanically has been used for quite a number of years in the military domain and more recently for space applications. The numerous advantages of this technique, including lack of mechanical parts, small sized and lightweight antennas, fast positioning, beam agility,...
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